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Jack Johnson

(Courtesy of Kokua Hawaii Foundation)

Jack Johnson grew up surfing and playing guitar on the North Shore of Oahu. He released his first album Brushfire Fairytales in 2001 and since has released 6 studio albums and 2 live albums that have sold over 20 million copies worldwide. With his success, Johnson has always tried to take the spotlight and shine it on issues important to him, including support for sustainable local food systems and ocean stewardship.

In 2003, Jack Johnson released On and On and, with his wife Kim, founded the Kokua Hawaii Foundation and Kokua Festival to support environmental education in Hawaii's schools and communities. One of Kokua Hawaii Foundation’s programs is ‘AINA In Schools', a farm to school initiative that connects children to their land, water and food by providing nutrition education, garden-based learning, and waste reduction curriculum in addition to promoting healthy food on campus through snack programs that feature fresh, locally grown produce.

(Photo by Cedric Angeles)

Johnson, his Brushfire Records label, and his touring crew have been leaders in the greening of the music industry in all areas of tour production and album packaging. In 2004, Johnson became the 50th member of 1% For The Planet and Johnson's 2005 release of In Between Dreams became the first album to carry the 1% label.

In 2008, Johnson released Sleep Through the Static, recorded in his solar-powered studio, and donated 100% of his tour profits to establish the Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation, an endowment founded by Jack and Kim Johnson to support environmental, art and music education worldwide. A strong focus of the foundation is funding school and community garden projects and farm to school efforts.

In 2010, Johnson released To The Sea and again donated 100% of that tour’s proceeds to charity. These tour profit donations, along with Johnson’s personal charitable activities, have resulted in over $25 million donated to charity since 2001.

Jack Johnson’s latest release, From Here To Now To You, debuted in September 2013 at #1 on the Billboard Charts and his 2013-2014 world tour supported 200 non-profits working in the realms of sustainable food systems and plastic free initiatives. As part of Jack's All At Once campaign the tour teamed up with renowned chefs across America, alongside local farmers and purveyors, to highlight the local food movement with a series of farm to stage events. Learn more at and

(Courtesy of Kokua Hawaii Foundation)


  • Founder and Board Member, Kokua Hawai’i Foundation, 2003

  • Founder and President, Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation, 2008

  • Honorary Board of Directors, Heal the Ocean

  • Advisory Board Member, North Shore Community Land Trust

  • UNEP Goodwill Ambassador, 2014 - pending

  • Recipient, Paul Walker Ocean Leadership Award presented by the Monterey Bay Aquarium, 2014

  • Recipient, National Conservation Achievement Award in Communications presented by National Wildlife Foundation, 2012

  • Recipient, Arts Ambassador for the Environment Award presented by National Geographic, 2011

  • Recipient, Humanitarian Award presented by Billboard Touring Awards, 2010

  • Recipient, Environmental Hero Award presented by Santa Barbara Environmental Defense Council, 2008

  • Recipient, International Breakthrough Artist presented by the Britt Awards, 2006

  • Recipient, John Kelly Award presented by Surfrider Foundation Oahu, 2005

  • Recipient, Keeper of the Coast Award presented by Surfrider Foundation, 2004

  • Recipient, ASCAP College Vanguard Award presented by ASCAP Pop Music Awards, 2003

  • Recipient, Surfing's Music Artist of the Year - ESPN Action, Sports & Music Awards, 2001 & 2002

  • Recipient, Video of the Year Award presented by Surfer Magazine, 2000

  • Recipient, Surfer Poll Award for Best Film of the year, September Sessions, 2000