Playing a positive role in the community and in the lives of our associates and their families has always been part of our philosophy at Coca-Cola Beverages Northeast. It's why we pride ourselves on local engagement and support the development of our associates. We aim to give back to the communities that have given us so much over the years by supporting sustainability initiatives & recycling best practices and by sponsoring scholarships for local youth.
We want to be part of the fabric of our communities because we love the Northeast as much as you do. Whether it’s our sustainability advocacy, product donations, facility tours, sponsorships, volunteerism, board participation, or creating awareness through our market presence, it is our mission to positively impact the people and communities we serve.
We believe all children should have the opportunity to reach their full potential. To help enable this, the Coca-Cola Beverages Northeast Scholarship Program and the Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation exist to better the world through investment in exceptional high school students who are dedicated to leadership, service, and action that positively affects others.
Since 1993, Coca-Cola Beverages Northeast has provided scholarships annually to the children of our associates. The Coca-Cola Beverages Northeast Scholarship Program has a committee comprised of external members that review the submissions and select the scholarship winners. Since the program’s inception, we’ve awarded approximately $2 million to hundreds of students that are part of our extended Coca-Cola family.The Coca-Cola system has come together to award over $100 million in scholarships through the Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation and the Coca-Cola First Generation Scholarship program. Through the Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation, The Coca-Cola Company and bottling partners invest in students who are leaders, both academically and in service to others. Since 1989, The Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation has awarded over $70 million in scholarships to more than 6,300 students. Visit the Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation to learn more.