The Coca–Cola Foundation Funds Education Initiatives Year-Round

by | Mar 18, 2015

The Coca-Cola Company and its global philanthropic arm, The Coca-Cola Foundation, partner with nonprofit organizations worldwide that address community needs and priorities meaningfully. Funding is provided for programs in one of four categories, including education.

Educational support for communities focuses on scholarships, school dropout prevention, access to education programs, and other initiatives. All funding requests must meet specific guidelines and align with the Coca-Cola Foundation’s global pillars. To determine if an organization is eligible for Coca-Cola community support, it can fill out an Eligibility Questionnaire.

Applications for grants or sponsorships may be submitted throughout the year and must be submitted online. Any applications faxed or mailed will be returned to the organization. Visit the company’s website to review the application guidelines and procedures.

Are you interested in the Coca-Cola Grant? Want to learn more about grant funding opportunities for your organization? Contact Transform Consulting Group today to learn more!

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