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Country Joe for Earth Island
Join Earth Island on Friday August 22 for an evening of great music with Country Joe McDonald (of Country Joe & the Fish) and special guest, Bob Reid. We are thrilled to present this benefit concert for Earth Island is the intimate setting of the David Brower Center’s Goldman Theater.
Jack Johnson Rocks! Donate to Earth Island he'll match it, and you may get 2 Tickets to his sold out Berkeley show!
Earth Island Institute has teamed up with musician and activist, Jack Johnson on his 2014 “From Here To Now To You” tour & his Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation will match donations contributed to us at the show or directly to Earth Island Institute through September 1.
Make a tax-deductible contribution by 8.19 and not only will Jack match your gift, up to a total of $2,500, but we'll pick one of our donors of $50 or more, to join us, along with a friend, to Jack’s sold out August 26th show at Berkeley’s Greek Theater.
We’ll notify our lucky guest on August 19. Your gift and Jack’s match will benefit our Restoration Initiatives program, which works to restore coastal wetlands, an issue near and dear to Jack’s great big heart.
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California Urban Streams Partnership
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Funds dynamic community based restoration programs in Southern California focused on protecting and enhancing wetlands and watersheds.
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