Sixty-eight community organizations in 41 countries around the world were awarded a total of $10.5 million in grants from The Coca-Cola Foundation, the global philanthropic arm of The Coca-Cola Company, during the second quarter of 2012. These grants support the Foundation’s global priority areas, including: $3.2 million for active, healthy living; $2.9 million for water stewardship; $780,000 for community recycling; $630,000 for education; and $3 million for other local priorities, such as youth development, community improvement, economic development and environmental responsibility. “These grants represent our ongoing investment in the sustainability and the well-being of thousands of communities around the world,” said Ingrid Saunders Jones, Chairperson of The Coca-Cola Foundation. “Our investment is designed to have real impact, by helping local communities with innovative ways to meet global challenges.” You can see the full list of the projects and the grants beneficiaries here.
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