The shortlist for this year’s Coca-Cola Thank You Fund has now been decided by the judging panel.
Chosen projects aimed at innovatively supporting young people aged 12 to 25 are now in with a chance of receiving a grant from the €130,000 funding pot.
Broadcaster Eoghan McDermott, an ambassador for the Coca-Cola Thank You Fund, says: “We were blown away by the quality of the entries received this year – each one has vast potential to inspire and support
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This week saw the launch of the 2016 Coca-Cola Thank You Fund in Dublin, supported by disability rights campaigner, Joanne O’Riordan, alongside TV and radio stars, Eoghan McDermott and Pete Snodden.
Youth at its heart
The colourful vista of Dublin's very own graffiti mecca provided the vibrant backdrop to the launch of Coca-Cola's latest charity venture in Ireland.
The bold imagery emblazoned across every wall of the Tivoli car park in the heart
What is The Coca‑Cola Thank You Fund?
Now in its sixth year, the Coca-Cola Thank You Fund was set up in 2011 to mark the 125th anniversary of the company.
Over the years the Coca-Cola Thank You Fund has supported a number of different community supported projects including community, social and education programmes aimed at youth, healthy and active lifestyles, and environmental leadership. To date €625,000 has been given to non-profit organisations
Coca‑Cola Ireland is investing €130,000 in the Coca‑Cola Thank You Fund 2016 (“The Fund”). This money will be granted to not-for-profit voluntary and charitable organisations operating within communities throughout the island of Ireland.
The Fund is working with communities in Ireland and Northern Ireland to inspire and support young people. The Fund was launched in 2011 to mark The Coca-Cola Company’s 125th anniversary and has run every year since.
It’s simple to apply to the Thank You Fund. Here’s how in 5 easy steps.
The Thank You Fund is celebrating Coca-Cola’s 130th anniversary by giving €130,000 to projects that inspire and support young people across the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland.
Do you know of a non-profit organisation that could deliver an impactful youth project with the right funding? Here’s how to apply to the Coca-Cola Thank You Fund:
1. Get up to date
Do you know of a non-profit organisation that could deliver an impactful youth project with the right funding? The Thank You Fund is celebrating Coca-Cola’s 130th anniversary by giving €130,000 to projects that inspire and support young people across the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland.
What is the Thank You Fund?
Set up in 2011, the Coca-Cola Thank You Fund has so far given €625,000 to non-profit organisations that support young people
21 Apr 2016
Thursday, 21 April 2016: Youth inspiration and disability campaigner Joanne O’Riordan joins broadcasters Eoghan McDermott and Pete Snodden as the 2016 Coca-Cola Thank You Fund ambassadors, calling on youth groups to get creative with project ideas that foster self-esteem, confidence, wellbeing and leadership in young people across the country.
In celebration of 130 years of Coca-Cola, the €130,000 Thank You Fund this year, seeks to fund projects
Thinking about applying to the Coca-Cola Thank You Fund? Here are the key dates and what to expect.
The Thank You Fund is celebrating Coca-Cola’s 130th anniversary by giving €130,000 to projects that inspire and support young people across Ireland and Northern Ireland.
• 21 April: applications open! Take a look at how to apply before filling in the online application form.
• 6pm on 7 June: applications close and our
The starting pistol has fired on the call for runners, joggers and walkers to join the Coca-Cola HBC Campus 5k run taking place in the National Sports Campus on Sunday 29th May 2016 to raise funds for Foróige and the young people of Dublin 15.
With something for everyone on the day, people of all abilities are being encouraged to sign-up for a run, jog or stroll around the 5k route which takes in all the major developments and facilities at the National