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CBC Donates Over $130,000 Worth of Beverages to Community Groups
CBC Donates 800 Cases of Dasani Water to Bimini Residents
CBC Supports Sailing Rising Star, Craig Ferguson Jr.

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

At Caribbean Bottling Co. we value the community in which we operate...

Pictured: The children of the Seahorse Institute at the “Light it Up Blue”
celebration on April 3rd.

$2 will be donated for every Coca-Cola Zero Sugar case sold
Did you know that Autism Spectrum Disorder is one of the fastest growing serious developmental disabilities? It currently affects one in every 68 children worldwide, and right here in The Bahamas. The Seahorse Institute is one of the options Bahamian children with this disability have for treatment. This Bahamian nonprofit, founded by internationally acclaimed expert Dr. Michelle Major, like all nonprofits, face daily challenges of funding, and generating awareness of their services. For this reason, Caribbean Bottling Company, local producers of Coca-Cola, has partnered with the Seahorse Institutes April long campaign by pledging to donate $2 from every cases of Coca-Cola Zero Sugar sold.

“The Seahorse Institute is proud to partner with companies who are committed to creating a Bahamas where children and adults with autism are accepted and respected,” said Dr. Major.

“In February Dr. Major, and her associate Andi Strachan, gave us a tour of their facility, introducing their students, showing us their workbooks, and their lessons,” explains Cara Douglas, Marketing Manager at Caribbean Bottling Company. “Needless to say from that time we were invested in working with Dr. Major and her team.”
Douglas continued, “We were challenged to determine how best to increase awareness of the organization, get the community involved with the cause, and assist in fund raising! We are very hopeful that our Coca-Cola Zero Sugar giveback campaign achieves all of these goals.”

The Seahorse Institute is also introducing Sunny the Seahorse this month. Sunny’s mission is to become the beacon of hope, and be featured around the world as a sign of awareness and acceptance of all the wonderful people in their own communities living with autism. If you would like to help Sunny make it to every corner of the world you can find him at www.seahorseinstitute.org under events.

About the Seahorse Institute:
This Bahamian nonprofit organization was founded by Dr. Michelle Major, an internationally acclaimed expert in the field of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). The Seahorse Institute provides intensive multidisciplinary intervention for individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder, Down Syndrome, Intellectual Disabilities, language disorders, and related behavioral challenges. During the month of April, the Seahorse Institute will be selling t-shirts to assist increasing awareness to the growing number of individuals diagnosed with Autism. You can contact them by email: si@seahorseinstitute.org, and (242) 676-6780.


Pictured (L-R): Cara Douglas, Marketing CBC; Percy the Potcake; Mona Moss, Marketing CBC at the April 3rd Light it Up Blue celebration at the Seahorse Institute.