Building Stronger Communities Together

At Swire Coca-Cola, we win together by serving as constant and true advocates for our people, our customers, our partners, our community, and our planet. We believe when the communities in which we operate thrive, so do we. That’s why we’re proud to invest in the local communities we call home through sponsorships, product and in-kind donations, and employee volunteer engagement.

The needs in every community are unique and Swire supports a diverse array of programs - from local food banks to environmental organizations to career and workforce advancement and military families.

Swire Coca-Cola is committed to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion and embraces it as a core value threaded through every aspect of our business, including our community investments.



Sustainable Packaging and Circularity

We strive to achieve a World Without Waste by employing innovative strategies in packaging design, implementing internal waste management programs, and forging community partnerships that drive improvements in recycling and recovery.


We are dedicated to replenishing and revitalizing the natural water sources within our operating region. To achieve this, we allocate funds to organizations who carry out conservation projects including wetland restoration, optimizing irrigation techniques, and reforestation.


We are enhancing our business resilience to climate change by reducing carbon emissions from across our value chain, improving energy efficiency in our operations, and investing in renewable energy technologies. We believe that when the environment in which we operate thrives, so do we.



We are dedicated to fostering economic prosperity and helping individuals reach their full potential through:

  • Workforce Development: Provide opportunities for the existing workforce, and adults looking to enter the workforce, to reach their highest economic potential.

  • College and Career Readiness: Equip high school students with skills needed to pursue the path of their choosing, with an emphasis on trades and STEM.
  • Community

    We are committed to supporting organizations that strengthen communities, initiatives that address food insecurity, and partners that respond to community needs during natural disasters and emergencies.


    We empower our employees to make a positive impact within their communities through volunteerism and Swire’s Community Champion Committee.

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    Swire Serves in the Community

    Swire Coca-Cola associates volunteered with nonprofit partner, Food Lifeline in Seattle, WA. Committed to helping end hunger, employees sorted and packaged 5,200 lbs of apples for the local community.  

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    Volunteer projects are included in leadership and team meetings throughout the year at Swire Coca-Cola. Here, over 75 Food Service and On-Premise (FSOP) team members from across our regions supported Blue Star Families by assembling military spouse appreciation kits.

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    Swire Coca-Cola supported Operation Homefront’s Holiday Meals for Military Program delivering meals and refreshing Coca-Cola beverages to 150 military families in Roy, Utah and 350 in Poulsbo, Washington.

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    The team in Tempe, Arizona partners with the University of Arizona Foundation throughout the year proudly supporting their Campus Pantry benefiting students and staff facing food insecurity. The pantry serves ~2,000 people and distributes food three times a week. Our Tempe team helps sort produce and stock shelves prior to distribution days.

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    Swire Coca-Cola associates and their families showed their Pride in Seattle, WA during the Pride Parade. Swire’s contingent gave away Dasani water to thirsty parade goers.

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    To celebrate the successful Round Up Your Change campaign with Maverik that raised over $686K for National Park Foundation, employees volunteered at Timpanogos Cave National Monument. They beautified the popular picnic area spreading mulch, clearing pathways and cleaning fire rings.

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