The Coca-Cola Foundation — the global philanthropic arm of The Coca-Cola Company — has awarded $36 million in grants to 105 community organizations during the first quarter.
The grants support the Foundation’s global priority areas and the Company’s three-part sustainability approach, focused on enhancing people’s well-being, building strong communities and protecting the environment.
Grants awarded to Atlanta organizations include:
• Camp Twin Lakes, Paddle Board Program and Camper Scholarships, United States, $30,000
• Spelman College, Wellness Revolution, United States, $250,000
• Chattahoochee River Keepers, Keeping Our Waters and Citizens Healthy, United States, $25,000.
• Piedmont Park Conservancy, Recycling in Piedmont Park, United States, $20,000
• 100 Black Men Of Atlanta, Inc., Project Success Program Continuation, United States, $50,000
• Junior Achievement Of Georgia, Inc., JA Biztown And JA Finance Park, United States, $100,000
• KIPP Metro Atlanta Collaborative, KIPP Through College, United States, $50,000
• National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc., Metropolitan Atlanta Chapter, Teens on the Move Scholarship Program, United States, $50,000
• Study Hall, Inc., The Study Hall, United States, $100,000
• National Black Arts Festival, Education and Public Programs, United States, $50,000
• Atlanta Police Foundation, Inc., The Public Safety: Next Generation Campaign, United States, $300,000