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CBC Donates 800 Cases of Dasani Water to Bimini Residents
CBC Supports Sailing Rising Star, Craig Ferguson Jr.
Bright Minds Bright Future Scholarship 2020

Coca-Cola Foundation Donates $400,000 to The Salvation Army

CBC Supports Garvin Tynes Primary Annual Awards Day
CBC to Return as Proud Sponsor of Paradise Plates 2019!
Gabriel Hall Is 2019 CBC Carleton Williams Scholarship Winner

Salvation Army Reopens Women & Children’s Emergency Shelter

Caribbean Bottling Company Dedicates $40,000 to Cans For Kids
CBC Makes Donation to Cancer Society of Long Island
CBC Donates Basketballs to Government High School
Caribbean Bottling Company Donates $2,500 to Seahorse Institute - CBC Donated $1 for Every Powerade Bottle Placed Into School’s Recycling Bin During Autism Awareness Month
Caribbean Bottling Company Supports REACH & Autism Awareness
Coca-Cola Co. Partners with Salvation Army to Restore Community Center & Women’s Shelter

Wendy's & Coca Cola "Bright Minds, Bright Future Scholarship Program" Application

Powerade to power CIBC’s Walk for the Cure

Coca-Cola supports Paradise Plates

CBC’s 2nd Annual Community Service Day

Caribbean Bottling Company (CBC) has once again proudly sponsored the Basketball Smile Summer Program.

After the 2017 FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup, Coca-Cola donates over 3,000 bottles of 20oz Dasani to children’s homes and sports organizations.

During the month of April Caribbean Bottling Company ran a giveback promotion featuring their Coca-Cola Zero Sugar, which resulted in a $7,000 donation to the Seahorse Institute

Caribbean Bottling Company has partnered with the Seahorse Institute during the month of April to raise awareness of Autism in the country, and assist in generating funds.

Caribbean Bottling Company is now accepting applications for the Carleton W. Williams Caribbean Bottling Company Scholarship in Grand Bahama.

Caribbean Bottling Company Launches, Think Pink!

3,500 cases of product donated for relief

Dasani adds a Sparkling to Paradise Plates

D’Ron and T’Ron Strapp are the first recipients of the Carleton Williams Caribbean Bottling Company Scholarship.

Over 200 cases of Dasani for the Children’s Emergency Hostel

The Northeastern Division is victorious in winning the 8th Annual Sprite Basketball Tournament
Sprite teams up with the Royal Bahamas Police Force for the 8th Year
Walk to help mend a child's broken heart
Bright Minds Bright Future Scholarship
Coca-Cola donates $60,000 to Junkanoo
Coca Cola encourages positive youth development
1,782 cases of Dasani water donated thus far
Coca Cola is committed to the fight against hunger
Coca Cola supports local summer camps

The Coca-Cola Company Donates $150,000 To Renovate Shelter Damaged During Hurricane Matthew

Nikia Wells, CBC Marketing Manager, Communications bringing remarks at The Salvation Army’s Women & Children’s Emergency Shelter reopening

The Salvation Army’s Women & Children’s Emergency Shelter was officially reopened on Nov. 25, thanks to a $150,000 donation from The Coca-Cola Company and support from several other local organizations. After being heavily damaged during 2016’s Hurricane Matthew, the facility has been renovated into a modern, residential styled facility that is able to offer assistance 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

The shelter, which was originally opened in 1972, has been a refuge to hundreds of women. According to the Salvation Army, it has been a critical program that has offered a multitude of services and support to women and their small children during the most painful and vulnerable times in their lives.

The Hon. Frankie Alfred Campbell, Minister of Social Services and Urban Development, noted the significance of the shelter being reopened on the United Nation’s International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, and stressed the importance of providing a safe, secure, and welcoming refuge for women and children who find themselves in need of shelter.

Travis Robinson, Bain and Grants Town MP, also noted that the shelter, located on West & Meadow Street, will serve an important role in the community

Earlier this year, The Coca-Cola Company donated $300,000 to be used for hurricane restoration efforts. In addition to the renovation of the Women & Children’s Emergency Shelter, a community center in Ragged Island is also being restored.

“Over the past two years, Hurricanes Mathew and Irma have ravaged several islands in the Bahamas, and it has always been our policy to support those in need to the extent possible" noted Caribbean Bottling Company CEO, Walter Wells. “In addition to our local efforts, The Coca-Cola Company also agreed to lend a helping hand and provided a donation of $300,000 to support restoration efforts in Ragged Island and restoration of The Salvation Army Women’s and Children’s Emergency Shelter. We are proud of our partnership with The Coca Cola Company and the ability to provide tangible help to the Salvation Army and the Bahamian communities that we serve.”

The Salvation Army is spearheading both projects, and the organization has been instrumental in identifying areas that were most in need of assistance. The group also noted that they are extremely grateful for The Coca-Cola Company’s donation and support.

"The Salvation Army of the Bahamas is thankful to Coca-Cola for their partnership in helping to give hope to the many families impacted by Hurricane Irma [and Matthew]” noted Major Clarence Ingram, Salvation Army’s Divisional Commander. “Our partnership with a great community-minded and philanthropic company like Coca-Cola is excellent.”

Nikia Wells, CBC Marketing Manager, Communications & Devon Haughton, Territorial Leader, Salvation Army Caribbean Territory cutting the ribbon at the The Salvation Army’s Women & Children’s Emergency Shelter

The Salvation Army’s Women & Children’s Emergency Shelter

The Salvation Army’s Women & Children’s Emergency Shelter reopening event attendees

Major Clarence Ingram, Salvation Army’s Divisional Commander