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Action on society: Our communities

Being a force for good in our communities

We’re determined to make a positive difference in society by promoting economic development in our local communities.

We are closely connected to our local communities, whether through our local production sites, the drivers who deliver our products or the employees who make and sell our drinks. We know that many of our communities face significant challenges, including high levels of youth unemployment. We help address these issues across our territories by increasing our employee volunteering and by supporting local community partnerships, with a particular focus on initiatives which help young people gain the employability, skills and confidence they need to succeed. Our Action on Society supports  UN Sustainable Development Goal 4, for inclusive and equitable quality education,  UN Sustainable Development Goal 8 on Decent Work and Economic Growth and  UN Sustainable Development Goal 11, by contributing to making the communities in which we operate more inclusive and sustainable.

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Action on Society: Our 2025 Commitments

Employee volunteering

We’ll expand the contribution we make to society by increasing our employee volunteering and supporting local community partnerships.

Community support

We’ll support initiatives which help young people gain the employability, skills and confidence they need to succeed.

Diversity and inclusion

We’ll foster a diverse and inclusive culture in our business and make sure that women hold at least 40% of our management positions.

Progress against our targets in 2018

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hours volunteered by our employees to support local community projects

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(0.41% of profit before tax) spent in 2018 supporting local community programmes

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of management positions held by women at year end 2018