2013 Coke Barkadahan Grant Program Awardees

Twenty project proposals from different schools in Metro Manila was selected to receive grants of up to Php 20,000.00 to kickstart their proposed projects.

After a thorough evaluation of all the valid project proposals that COCA-COLA Foundation Philippines, Inc. received from different school organizations from colleges and universities all over Metro Manila, they announced the winners of this year’s Coke Barkadahan Grant Program on September 25, at the Coke Office in BGC. The grants was given to the groups that best demonstrates the Coke Barkada spirit of collective volunteerism, or 'working together for the community and living the value of positive action for positive change.'

Project proposals were gauged on their alignment to the core programs of the company and their sustainability. Another key criterion is how the youth organization embodies the ''Coke Barkada Spirit.''

Winning project proposals in alphabetical order:
  1. Aklat Mo, Sagot Ko
  2. Basa Basa Rin Pag May Time
  3. Build-a-Lab
  4. Creating A Healthy Environment
  5. EARIST-APSOC Educational Community Outreach
  6. eskWElang on d' Go!
  7. E-Waste Project
  8. Handog Karunungan, Kaakbay Kalikasan
  9. IT 4 ALL (Information Technology for All)
  10. Mangrove Tree Planting
  12. On the Move for the Mangrove
  13. Project G: The Green Youth Movement
  14. Project Lab Ko 'To
  15. Proposition R; Rebuild, Recover, Remediate
  17. The Phi Village
  18. Tulong Karunungan
  19. You Pledge a Tree, They'll Learn ABC
  20. YOUth can do IT! 
The Awarding was spare headed by the Coca-Cola Foundation Phils. Chairman Guillermo Aponte, Coca-Cola Foundation Phils. President Cecilia Alcantara and presented by Coca-Cola Phils VP for Public Affairs and Communications Atty. Adel Tamano.

The 20 winning groups received P20,000 for projects ranging from building mini-libraries near public elementary schools to reforesting the border of Lian, Batangas with mangroves.