Who We are
Coca-Cola Foundation Philippines was established by The Coca-Cola Company and Coca-Cola Bottlers Philippines in November 1986, to demonstrate the long-term commitment of Coca-Cola to corporate citizenship in the Philippines. The Foundation envisions “people from all walks of life working together to make a meaningful difference, building a better Philippines for generations to come”. Its mission mirrors that of The Coca-Cola Company: To refresh the world. Inspire moments of optimism and happiness. Create value and make a difference. Since it began operating in 1987, the Foundation has helped to provide hundreds of thousands of Filipinos with better opportunities in education and in improving their financial livelihood. It has provided emergency assistance during disasters and implemented various projects on environmental conservation. The Foundation’s current programs are focused on enabling access to water in underprivileged communities, as well as providing education and development opportunities to Filipino youth. Funding for projects in the Philippines is available only for sites that qualify to the Foundation’s Little Red Schoolhouse and Agos Hydraulic Ram Pump projects. To submit an application please visit The Coca-Cola Company Application Guidelines
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
Guillermo G. Aponte, Chairman
Paolo Benigno A. Aquino IV, Vice Chairman
Rene Z. Adad
Maria Cecilia L. Alcantara
Felipe B. Alfonso
Catherine G. Avelino
Diana Garza Ciarlante
Milwida G. Guevara
Cristina D. Reyes
Ricardo J. Romulo
OFFICERS AND STAFF
Maria Cecilia L. Alcantara, President
Cristina S. Bernardino, Corporate Secretary
Cecille Marie H. Bernardo, Treasurer
Ma. Cristina R. Cabalza, Manager, Youth Programs and Finance Victor Z. Manlapaz, Program Officer, Environment
Pamela E. De Leon, Program Officer, Communications
Alliances with like-minded and credible organizations are essential to the achievement of our goals. Here are some of our partners over the years: 1. ABS-CBN Foundation Inc.
2. Aklat, Gabay, Aruga tungo sa Pag- angat at Pag-asa (AGAPP) Foundation 3. Alliance of Romblon Poverty Alleviation Developmentalists 4. Alternative Indigenous Development Foundation, Inc. (AIDFI) 5. Asian Institute of Journalism
6. Association of Foundations
7. Ateneo Center for Educational Development
8. Ateneo De Manila University
9. Ballet Philippines
10. Benguet Network of Development Oriented People’s Organizations 11. Bol-anon United Sectors Working for the Advancement of Community Concerns 12. Boy Scouts of the Philippines
13. Chosen Children Foundation
14. Conservation and Restoration Exercise
15. Corporate Network for Disaster Response
16. Davao Watershed Management Youth Council
17. De La Salle – College of Saint Benilde School of Design and Arts 18. Department of Education
19. Department of Science and Technology – Food and Nutrition Research Institute 20. Earth Day Network Philippines, Inc.
21. Educational Research and Development Assistance Foundation 22. Foundation for Adolescent Development
23. Foundation for Children’s Educational Integration
24. Foundation for Sharing La Sallian Education
25. Gawad Kalinga Community Development Foundation, Inc.
26. Handog Lingap sa Maykapansanan Foundation
27. Hands on Manila
28. Haribon Foundation
29. Haribon Foundation for the Conservation of Natural Resources, Inc. 30. League of Corporate Foundations
31. National Youth Commission
32. Nortehanon Access Center, Inc.
33. Peace Equity Access for Community Empowerment Foundation, Inc. (Peace and Equity Foundation) 34. Philippine Business for Social Progress
35. Philippine Business for the Environment
36. Philippine Christian Foundation, Inc.
37. Philippine Disaster Recovery Foundation, Inc.
38. PLDT Smart Foundation, Inc.
39. Sa Aklat Sisikat Foundation
40. Soil and Water Conservation Foundation, Inc....
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