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Smithsonian receives $2 million grant from Coca-Cola Foundation
The $4.8 million awarded in the fourth quarter includes more than $2.7 million for community, arts and culture organizations; $867,133 million for active, healthy living initiatives; $590,000 to support diversity and inclusion; $274,000 for education programs; $250,000 for community recycling efforts; and $150,000 for water stewardship projects.
ATLANTA, GA.- This holiday season, The Coca-Cola Foundation spreads more than $4.8 million worth of cheer – in the form of its fourth-quarter grants – to 29 organizations across the U.S. and Canada.

In 2011, the philanthropic arm of The Coca-Cola Company awarded more than $24.2 million to 115 community organizations in the U.S. and Canada, benefitting active, healthy living; community, arts and culture; diversity and inclusion; education and youth development; and environment programs. In total, the Foundation has given more than $70 million to sustainable community initiatives across the globe this year.

“As 2011 comes to a close, we continue to celebrate organizations in the community that work to build a better future for us all,” said Lori George Billingsley, Vice President, Community Relations, Coca-Cola Refreshments. “We are proud to partner with organizations that work to make a difference in the lives of so many across North America.”

The $4.8 million awarded in the fourth quarter includes more than $2.7 million for community, arts and culture organizations; $867,133 million for active, healthy living initiatives; $590,000 to support diversity and inclusion; $274,000 for education programs; $250,000 for community recycling efforts; and $150,000 for water stewardship projects.





Today's News

December 28, 2011

Helen Frankenthaler, esteemed abstract artist for six decades, dies at 83 in Connecticut

Biennale appoints new Directors: David Chipperfield for Architecture and Alberto Barbera for Cinema

Professor Dr. Curt Glaser heirs sell Jan Van de Velde II painting back to the Rijksmuseum

Smithsonian Institution Fiscal Year 2012 Federal Appropriation totals $811.5 million

German industry mogul and Harvard Museum supporter Werner Otto dies at 102

Nest Egg Auctions to host Gala Holiday New Year's auction on January 7

Art that has a life of its own: London's Kinetica Art Fair 2012 exhibitors announced

Thomas Jefferson's Virginia estate Monticello highlights slaves' stories in new website

First United States museum dedicated to Greek culture, National Hellenic Museum, opens

Toledo Museum of Art to celebrate 50th anniversary of the Studio Glass Movement

Nelson-Atkins Museum attendance Jumps to 410,000, awarded re-accreditation

Ayyam Auctions announces Sixth edition of Young Collectors sale in January

Arnolfini presents part two of a major historical survey of museums created by artists

Electric Railway Museum wins major national award

Smithsonian receives $2 million grant from Coca-Cola Foundation

The Speed Art Museum announces temporary closure during the construction

Idaho man's Museum of Clean ready to shine

Vietnam store makes Christmas tree from cellphones

1941 fruitcake in Ohio sells for $525

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