We partner with our communities to deliver a shared benefit from our presence.
Our Coca-Cola Foundations, established and funded in Australia, Indonesia and Papua New Guinea by CCA in partnership with The Coca-Cola Company, are the centrepieces of our corporate philanthropy and each year fund a range of diverse community projects.
CCAF is at the heart of our community strategy in Australia. This philanthropic fund is a joint initiative between Coca-Cola Amatil and Coca-Cola South Pacific, created to support the community through the distribution of $1.1 Million in grants, every year.
Our mission is to inspire moments of happiness and possibilities for young Australians.
Our aspiration is to create meaningful philanthropic partnerships that will help build stronger, happier communities, particularly for young Australians aged 13 to 19. We will do this by supporting programs that build capability through growing optimism, increasing levels of empowerment, create possibilities and/or improve the wellbeing of the community in which the program operates.
Our criteria for funding is to support programs that address a demonstrable societal need, so together we can make a difference where it counts. To be eligible charities must have Deductible Gift Recipient (DGR) status, be aligned to our mission and demonstrate how they will build capability by addressing our focus areas:
There are two opportunities for charities to apply for funding, they are:
For more information: http://www.coca-colajourney.com.au/coca-cola-aus-foundation
The CCFI was established in August 2000 by Coca-Cola Amatil Indonesia (CCBI) and TCCC to “elevate the level of education and the quality of human resources in Indonesia”.
The Foundation funds a large range of programs, including the successful Learning Centres in 31 public libraries in 14 provinces throughout Indonesia, which benefit up to five million people. The Foundation provides support including books, computers, audio-visual learning aids and skills training, as well as capacity building to improve services.
Other Foundation programs include the Cinta Air (“Love Water”) water conservation project which assists communities with fresh drinking water at a local level, the Go Green School program for environment education, Goodwill Scholarships for tertiary education, creative writing workshops and health education programs. Some established projects include the Setu Water project, where the Foundation has built water tanks to assist local farmers with irrigation and their long-term ability to remain on the land producing crops.
The Foundation also funds the Micro-Enterprise Development Program which helps lift people out of poverty by providing micro-loans, some as little as $AUS100, to enable people to establish sustainable businesses.
The Foundation funds a range of initiatives, partnerships and programs in the field of HIV/AIDS prevention. In 2008 the Foundation donated K100,000 to the National AIDS Council of PNG. CCA took the HIV/AIDS awareness message to consumers on its bottled water brand, Nature’s Own. For every 600 ml or 1.5 litre bottle of Nature’s Own water that was purchased, a donation of 10 toea was made to the CCA campaign.