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Donate To Surfrider, and Jack Johnson Will Double It

Tickets To Sold Out Concert Also Available in Donor’s Drawing


As part of Jack Johnson’s 2010 concert tour, the Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation is generously matching every dollar donated to Santa Barbara Surfrider before October 15th (up to $2,500).

Make a donation and Jack will double your gift! $5, $10, $20…any amount helps!

Not only will your donation be doubled, but if you donate before October 1st, you’ll also be entered in a drawing to win a pair of tickets to Jack’s October 14th SOLD OUT show at the Santa Barbara Bowl. JOIN or RENEW your membership today to be entered to win!

You can donate easily by using SB Surfrider’s secure PayPal account by clicking the link below.

Donate Today

To increase your odds of winning, refer a friend to become a Surfrider member and you’ll be entered in a drawing for a second pair of tickets! Tell your friend to write your name in the “for” line of their check or in the text field on Paypal checkout. The lucky winners will be notified on October 1st.

Watch 30 Sec Gaviota Video – $1 Donated To Sb Surfrider

Feeling squeezed financially, but still want to help SB Surfrider earn Jack Johnson’s generous matching donation? Easy – just click on this link - to view our “Preserve the Gaviota Coast” video. It’s free, only takes half a minute to watch, and SB Surfrider earns $1 from the Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation every time the video is viewed. Tell your family, co-workers, and friends to watch the video, too!

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