It takes a lot of people to spread happiness around the world and so we’ve partnered a number of organisations to help achieve our goals. Many challenges we face require collaboration among institutions at both global and local levels, and the joint expertise of our partners both inspires and enables us to do far more than we could alone.
So whether we’re addressing sustainability, the environment or public health, we’ve got a friend in each area.
There are a number of ways we're getting people active and encouraging active, healthy lifestyles through sport across Ireland.
With the Coca-Cola Thank You Fund we grant €125,000 annually to community-based sports and activity programmes.
We have also helped expand public bike-sharing schemes across the country withCoca-Cola Zero Bikes. Our investment doubled the number of stations in Dublin, and introduced new schemes
Brian O'Driscoll is on board as Coca-Cola's Rugby World Cup Ambassador to inspire more people to get active
The Coca‑Cola Company announced its official sponsorship of Rugby World Cup 2015 as soft drink, sports drink and water supplier by surprising rugby-mad teens from across east London with a very special training session hosted by Irish rugby legend, Brian O'Driscoll.
The surprise rugby session took place in London, and gave local teen players
Believe it or not, getting some exercise can be easy and fun. There are loads of different sports and activities to keep you occupied and moving all year round. And, it’s a great way to put a smile on your face!
Here are some of the programmes and initiatives we’re involved with to promote physical activity in Ireland.
Coca-Cola Zero Bikes
In 2014 we helped expand public bike-sharing schemes across the country with Coca-Cola Zero Bikes. Our
17 Dec 2014
Coca-Cola named official sponsor of Rugby World Cup 2015
The Coca‑Cola Company today announced its sponsorship of Rugby World Cup 2015 as official soft drink, sports drink and water supplier, and will join forces with Irish rugby legend Brian O’Driscoll, who will act as campaign ambassador.
The partnership was announced today in London, where Brian O’Driscoll surprised rugby mad teens with a very special training session.
The session took place