There are many types of requests for community support in the form of grants or sponsorships for consideration by The Coca-Cola Foundation or The Coca-Cola Company.

  • The following list are areas that are not generally supported:
  • Individuals (For scholarship information, visit The Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation website.)
  • Organizations that discriminate based on race, color, sex, gender identity and/or expression, religion, sexual orientation, national origin, age or disability..
  • Religious endeavors
  • Political, legislative, lobbying or organizations
  • Programs focused heavily on nutrition, weight loss and/or physical activity
  • Movie, film or television documentaries
  • Website development
  • Concerts or other entertainment events
  • Beauty contests, fashion shows or hair shows
  • Fraternal organizations and related events
  • Local sports or athletic teams
  • Travel or organized field trips
  • Family reunions
  • Marketing sponsorships or cause marketing or advertising projects (For marketing sponsorship requests, visit the Contact Us section)
  • U.S. based local schools, including charter schools, pre-schools, elementary schools, middle schools or high schools
  • U.S.-based organizations that do not have tax-exempt status under Section 501(c) (3) of the U.S. Internal Revenue Service Code, or the equivalent
  • Organizations formed outside the U. S. that do not have a charitable equivalency status under the laws and provisions of their respective government

To learn more about what the Coca-Cola Foundation does, click here.

To apply for a donation, click here.