Friday June 25, 2010

Entertainment

 

Jack Gives Back

Singer Jack Johnson helps Fraser Riverkeeper to the tune of $2500

Craig Hill/Voice

 

 

Fraser Riverkeeper Executive Director Lauren Hornor at Peg leg cleanup last April. Voice file photo.

small local group has caught some big attention from superstar Jack Johnson. Johnson's "All At Once Community" organization has offered to match donations made to Fraser Riverkeeper up to $2500 until October 1, 2010.

Fraser Riverkeeper is based in Vancouver but lead river cleanups allover the Lower Mainland throughout the year such as the Peg Leg Bar River Cleanup on the Fraser in mid-April this year.

Johnson is playing at GM Place October 1 and Riverkeeper has 4-tickets to the sold-out show that are on the auction block and going to the highest bidder.

The big draw will be on September 25th at the Toronto Dominion Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup. Contest winners will be announced on the website the same evening. For more information go here.

The group also have another pair of tickets to giveaway. A donation of $10 to Fraser Riverkeeper gets an entry in that draw on September 24, 2010. When you buy two tickets for $20 you get an annual membership a sought-after Riverkeeper tee-shirt! Draw ticket sale donators will receive a charitable tax receipt.

Explore Jack Johnson's All At Once online community here: www.jackjohnsonmusic.com/allatonce/nonprofits 

www.allatonce.org/nonprofits

To donate to Riverkeeper and buy tickets call: 778-737-4422 or click Donate Now on the website www.fraserriverkeeper.ca

Phone number, e-mail, and physical address in order for donation increments of $10.00 to be entered into the draw.
 

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