Sharing Happiness

Disaster Response

Delivering Relief

Through the nationwide network of 21 Coca-Cola bottling plants, employee volunteers, and NGO partners, the Foundation provides safe drinking water to communities hit by calamities.

The Foundation also lends its mobile potable water plant to non-government organizations and local government units in the aftermath of disasters.

Activities

Water Donation

As part of our relief response to calamity-hit areas, we provide 6L bottles of Wilkins purified water per family. The water is distributed with the help of Coca-Cola Beverages Philippines’ employees, partner non-government organizations, and local government units.

14,634

cases of Wilkins 6L*

43,902

families*

*Projected data for June 2020 only

Relief Packs Distribution (COVID-19 Response)

As part of our relief response to the COVID-19 pandemic, we provided grocery packs and 6L Wilkins Drinking Water to vulnerable families. Each grocery pack is enough for a 1-week supply of a 5-person family contain: 5kg of rice, 9 canned goods, canton noodles, monggo seeds, sugar, salt, hygiene soap, and detergent.

All grocery packs and water are distributed with the help of Coca-Cola Beverages Philippines employees, partner NGO (Synergeia Foundation), and local government units.

21,000

Grocery Packs*

7,008

cases of Wilkins 6L*

21,000

families*

12

Local Government Units*

*Projected data for June 2020 only

Water Filtration

We also deploy a mobile potable water plant to areas in dire need of potable water. It is capable of pumping water from rivers and other water sources into a multi-stage filtration system that can yield 3,000 liters of safe drinking water every hour.

This equipment is a donation from Coca-Cola Beverages Philippines and Coca-Cola Philippines, and was used in relief efforts following Typhoon Yolanda.

2

evacuation centers in Iligan City*

4, 301

evacuees*

3

cluster communities in Marawi City*

11,163

families*

*Projected data for June 2020 only

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