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Get your pair of Jack Johnson tickets!

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Riverkeeper will be giving away 3 pairs of Jack Johnson tickets for his July 14th concert in Madison Square Garden.

How do I get my Jack Johnson tickets?
All you have to do is click on the word Raffle which will take you to our Jack Johnson Matching Gift Campaign page. Donate $25 for each raffle ticket you would like entered into the contest. We will accept donations until midnight, Monday July 12th. The three winners will be chosen on Tuesday and will collect their tickets on Wednesday night at the concert!

Example: Joe Smith wants his name to be entered into the raffle 4 times, so he donates $100 through Riverkeeper’s Jack Johnson Matching Gift Campaign. Joe has a higher chance of being selected as a winner, and his donation goes toward our matching gift program!

What is the Jack Johnson Matching Gift Campaign?
The Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation will match every dollar that Riverkeeper is able to raise from April 1st-October 15th, up to a total of $2,500! Jack Johnson is on his 2010 World Tour and is collaborating with hand-chosen community groups along the way to promote green living. Riverkeeper has been chosen to participate in his July 14th concert at Madison Square Garden. We will have a table to talk with concert goers about the work we do for the Hudson River, its tributaries, and protecting New York City drinking water and Watershed.

What can my donation do for Riverkeeper?
A donation of $25 protects 1,450,000 gallons of drinking water, a donation of $100 pays for 10 water quality samples, a donation of $500 funds one watchdog patrol and one follow up investigation and a $1,000 donation allows for one Riverkeeper boat patrol from Ossining to NY Harbor, including Newton Creek and the Gowanus Canal.

DON’T FORGET! Each donation through the Jack Johnson Matching Gift Campaign is doubled, a $25 donation equals $50!

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