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    • Community Sponsorships and Grants

      All requests for community support in the form of grants or sponsorships for consideration by
      Coca-Cola South Africa, TheCoca-Cola Company, The Coca-Cola Foundation or any of its affiliated regional foundations must be submitted through our online application system. Those proposals meeting specific guidelines, and that further our strategic goals and objectives, will be considered for funding. Applications that are faxed or mailed will be returned to the organisation with an invitation to apply through the online application.

      Each year, we receive thousands of proposals for a variety of initiatives, programmes and events. While we are pleased that there are so many volunteers and organisations working to make a difference in our communities, we are focused on those initiatives that align with our overall community investment priorities. Find out what kind of requests we do not generally support

      If you are seeking support from TheCoca-Cola Company or its affiliate foundations, please review the Frequently Asked Questions before beginning the application process and then respond to the eligibility questionnaire as a part of the application process.

      Apply for Sponsorships and Grants

      Sponsorship Proposals

      Thank you for considering Coca-Cola South Africa. We are always on the lookout for initiatives to assist, so if you need a sponsor to help make a community, school or sporting initiative a success, contact us and we might be able to help. Simply tell us what you’re planning and what you’d like us to help with. Before you submit your proposal we would like to provide you with some guidance as to what types of initiatives we typically support as well as what is required in order to evaluate your proposal.

  • Suppliers

    • Having a sound, stable and ethical supply base is important for our growth and the footprint we leave in local communities around the world. Our suppliers provide our system with materials, including ingredients, packaging and machinery, as well as goods and services. As a Company, we have a responsibility to hold our direct suppliers and bottling partners to standards no less than those required by applicable law.

      Our suppliers are expected, at a minimum, to conduct business in an ethical manner and comply with all applicable laws and regulations. Our Supplier Guiding Principles (SGPs) communicate our values and expectations for our bottling partners and business partners. The SGPs are a part of all supplier agreements, and a pre-certification practice is in place for trademark marketing suppliers. Suppliers also are provided training and assistance programs on an as-needed basis for areas where they need to improve their operations.

      We assess our suppliers according to adherence to our SGPs, which emphasize the importance of responsible workplace policies and practices that comply, at a minimum, with applicable environmental laws and with local labor laws and regulations. In addition, we expect suppliers to comply with our Code of Business Conduct for Suppliers, which describes our standards in the areas of conflicts of interest, business and financial records, bribery and information protection.

      Suppliers for The Coca-Cola System are expected to operate their businesses according to the highest standards of business conduct, labor rights, quality and service. Please review our Supplier Guiding Principles, Code of Business Conduct for Suppliers, Workplace Rights Policy and Human Rights Statement to better understand our expectations.

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Company History

Coca-Cola employs more than 700,000 people worldwide.

It was 1886, and in New York Harbor, workers were constructing the Statue of Liberty. Eight hundred miles away, another great American symbol was about to be unveiled.

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