We're an active member of the local communities, bringing economic benefits through our core business activities while also supporting community investment programmes.

Our community investments are focused across four key areas: community wellbeing, youth development and environmental initiatives.

We aim to play a value-adding role in the communities in which we serve and have integrated corporate responsibility and sustainability across our business. We strive to operate responsibly, engaging with stakeholders and communities to support their development.

Through our core business activities – which generate income for employees, supplier payments and government taxes – our focus remains to invest in community partnerships and projects that address environmental and social issues.

Coca‑Cola HBC Poland and Baltics is involved in actions benefiting the local community in which it is directly present, supporting initiatives of local authorities, non-government organisations and others.

Coca‑Cola HBC Poland and Baltics initiates programmes aimed to develop the community where it operates, prevent negative social trends and protect the natural environment. We believe that holding a dialogue and building trust of the local community is essential for us to effectively run our business.

Coca‑Cola HBC Poland and Baltics initiates and supports programmes benefitting the local community. We run such actions in the fields where our company has the most know-how and experience and where it can be most helpful:

  • Cooperation with NGOs, including partnership with the local institutions of Red Cross and Food Banks
  • Youth development
  • Employee voluntary programmes

Our involvement in these areas is a result of the company profile and challenges of the modern world. These initiatives fit well into our company’s long-term strategy. We invest in environment protection, contribute to sustainable development of the next generations and take an active part in the life of local communities where we are present.

Cooperation with NGOs

Coca‑Cola HBC Poland supports youth development and focuses on aiding disabled and special-needs children.

We support projects that create development opportunities for children that are disabled, mentally handicapped or suffer from various diseases. This group of initiatives also includes activities for children and youth from the neediest families and regions requiring economic aid. The most important initiatives are:

Cooperation with NGOs

Partnership with the Polish Red Cross

Coca‑Cola HBC Polska is a long-term partner of the Polish Red Cross (PCK) – widely-known and the oldest humanitarian organisation. Coca‑Cola HBC Poland cooperates with PCK, supporting its' initiatives. Click here to learn more.

Cooperation with the Federation of Polish Food Banks (Federacja Polskich Banków Żywności)

Since 2015, Coca‑Cola HBC Poland cooperates with Federation of Polish Food Banks. Our common goal is to minimise the problem of food waste in Poland. Coca‑Cola HBC Poland provides the Federation with products which have a short expiration date.

Partnership with Employers’ Confederation of Latvia

Employers’ Confederation of Latvia is the largest organization in Latvia for employers with it’s mission - to establish an environment that supports entrepreneurship in Latvia, facilitating the competitiveness of companies and representing employers in the framework of social dialogue

Being the voice of employers in Latvia contributes to economic growth and labour market, supporting also youth education and development, to promote not only their personal growth, but to benefit development of Latvia and welfare of its people.

Employers’ Confederation unites and represents 110 industry leaders - its members employ 43% of Latvia's workforce - as well as 66 industry and regional business associations and federations.

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Partnerships with Junior Achievement Estonia & Lithuania

Junior Achievement (JA) is the world's largest organization dedicated to giving young people the knowledge and skills they need to own their economic success, plan for their future, and make smart academic and economic choices. JA branches in Estonia and Lithuania are leading NGO's in the Baltic countries and implement common strategy of the organization.

JA programs are delivered by corporate and community volunteers and provide relevant, hands-on experiences that give students knowledge and skills in financial literacy, work readiness, and entrepreneurship. Through a dedicated volunteer network, JA organisations provide in-school and after-school programmes for students that focus on three key areas: work readiness, entrepreneurship, and financial literacy. JA activities have been endorsed as best practice by the European Commission.

 Currently JA works in schools all over Estonia to empower over 1000 students across the country, in Lithuania the impressive organization reaches 2 000 students annually.  In both countries, the Junior Achievement is an inspirational network, organizing trainings and mentoring in different layers of the educational system and collaborating closely with both teachers and lectors as well as public and private sector organizations.

Find more about the #Youth Empowered partners:

Junior Achievement Estonia

Junior Achievement Lithuania