The Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation, founded by Jack and Kim Johnson to support environmental, art, and music education now and into the future, has stepped up once again to support this year’s Trash-Free Lunch Challenge. The money will go a long way in helping educate students on reducing their lunchtime waste. Schools participating in the Trash-Free Lunch Challenge ask students to eliminate their trash by using reusable lunch containers, reusable water bottles and cloth napkins. Additionally, all students are taught how to sort waste for recycling and composting. The challenge will inspire and empower kids from all of the 24 competing schools to care for the environment. We are very thankful for the Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation’s donation and can’t wait to see the amazing results of this year’s Trash-Free Lunch Challenge.

You can learn more about the Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation here. To learn more about the Trash-Free Lunch Challenge, go here.