The Coca-Cola Foundation

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The Coca-Cola Foundation is committed to partnering with organizations around the globe to support initiatives and programs that enhance the sustainability of local communities worldwide.

Triple Play

We are pleased to partner with The Coca-Cola Foundation to bring Triple Play to Boys and Girls Clubs in Canada. This program strives to improve the overall health of children aged 6 to 18 by increasing their daily physical activity, supporting them to make balanced nutritional choices, and helping them to develop and increase their self-esteem.

The program addresses three important components:

The Mind—encouraging young people to eat smart through the Healthy Habits program

The Body—boosting physical activity by providing sports and fitness activities

The Soul—helping build positive relationships and cooperation among young people

With generous support from The Coca-Cola Foundation, 21 Boys and Girls Clubs will offer Triple Play this year:

AB

Boys and Girls Clubs Big Brothers Big Sisters of Edmonton & Area
Boys and Girls Club of Wetaskiwin
Boys and Girls Clubs of Whitecourt & District

BC
Boys and Girls Clubs of South Coast BC

ON
Boys and Girls Club of Brantford
Eastview (Toronto) Boys and Girls Club
Boys and Girls Clubs of Hamilton
Boys and Girls Club of Kingston & Area
St. Alban’s Boys and Girls Club

NB
Dieppe Boys and Girls Club
Boys and Girls Club of Fredericton
Boys & Girls Club of Moncton
Petitcodiac Boys and Girls Club
Boys and Girls Club of Riverview

NL
Gander Boys and Girls Club
Boys and Girls Clubs of St. John’s

NS
Boys and Girls Club of Charlottetown
Boys & Girls Club of Greater Halifax
Boys and Girls Club of Summerside

SK
Battlefords Boys and Girls Club

YT
Boys and Girls Clubs of Yukon

About The Coca-Cola Foundation

Over the past three decades, The Coca-Cola Foundation—The Coca-Cola Company’s philanthropic arm—has given back more than $650 million to enhance the sustainability of local communities worldwide. The Coca-Cola Foundation has grown from a local foundation into a global philanthropic organization that impacts approximately 134 million people in 122 countries. The Foundation addresses three priority areas—the economic empowerment of women, water conservation and recycling, and active healthy living, education and youth development.