Coca-Cola - Coronavirus (COVID-19) Response

The Coca-Cola system and The Coca-Cola Foundation have made contributions to support relief efforts in China, Italy, the United States and Canada. The company is also redirecting a big part of its marketing funds for community relief programs, medical supplies and equipment during the outbreak phase. The pledge will also help develop other actions for the recovery and back-to-normal phases in markets hit hardest by the pandemic. These contributions will take Coca-Cola's total community support beyond $120 million.

The Coca-Cola system and The Coca-Cola Foundation have made contributions to support relief efforts in China, Italy, the United States and Canada. The company is also redirecting a big part of its marketing funds for community relief programs, medical supplies and equipment during the outbreak phase. The pledge will also help develop other actions for the recovery and back-to-normal phases in markets hit hardest by the pandemic. These contributions will take Coca-Cola's total community support beyond $120 million.

Coca Cola Philippines paused advertising as of March 20 for all brands, redirecting $4.2 million in committed media and marketing budgets to provision protective equipment (PPE) and beverages for health workers, deliver food to vulnerable families, and support small retailers in affected communities.

On April 14, the Coca-Cola Foundation, Coca-Cola Indonesia and Coca-Cola Amatil Indonesia announced a Rp 10 billion donation toward supporting COVID-19 control and response efforts in the community through a partnership with the Indonesian Red-Cross (PMI). This contribution will support PMI efforts in providing personal protective equipment for medical facilities and healthcare front liners, as well as other emergency response assistance to combat the pandemic. Coca-Cola Indonesia is also allocating up to one million bottles of beverages to health workers, public service workers and vulnerable communities across Indonesia.