Ways to get involved

ColaLife is a supporter-driven initiative and it is our supporters who give us the essential power we need to make ColaLife a reality in different places across the developing world.


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  • Donate using a Debit or Credit card using the buttons to the right. These are tax-efficient options for UK and US citizens but anyone with a Debit or Credit card can donate here!





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  1. This really is the cumunation of great Passion, Forethought, Compromise and Consumerism. Congrat’s I’m a life long fan 🙂

  2. I was wondering if you hire Americans for in country work. I am in healthcare in WI, but my heart is in Zambia!! Let me know

  3. Sarah Lewis says


    I second Sara’s request for employment information, please.

    I worked on a team with the World Health Organization Collaborating Center in Pharmaceutical Policy and with Harvard Medical School addressing policies regarding access to and use of essential medicines in vulnerable populations. We talked a lot about the Coca-Cola supply chain model — to see your organization acting on this model is more than inspiring. I’d be excited to collaboratively make your designs and delivery a success!

    Kind regards,

    Sarah Lewis
    Global MBA

  4. onah collins chijindu says

    my name is collins from Nigeria
    i would like to know if colalife have any program ongoing now in Nigeria
    or if they are planning to have one in future time.

    • Hello Collins

      Thanks for getting in touch. ColaLife itself will not be leading anything in Nigeria (or anywhere else) but we will be able to support local champions.

      A key part of our strategy to do this will be through The ColaLife Playbook which will be launched shortly. You can view and comment on it here:

      Local champions will be able use the Playbook as a guide and comment and ask questions in the Playbook itself which we will respond to.

      There are two other people who are considering doing something in Nigeria. I could put you in touch with them by email. Please let me know if you would like me to do that.

      Thanks for your interest in this work.


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