Our Relationship to AB InBev
The Foundation, a separate 501(c)(3) nonprofit, was established by AB InBev in the end of 2016 through an initial investment of $150 million USD over 10 years to bring scientific rigor to the pursuit of the Global Smart Drinking Goals.
The role of AB InBev in the Foundation’s work includes:
City Pilot Creation
AB InBev established the six City Pilot locations and began to establish Steering Committees in each city as part of its commitment to the Global Smart Drinking Goals prior to the establishment of the Foundation.
Each Steering Committee delivers quarterly reports to the AB InBev Foundation that are shared with AB InBev to inform their own monitoring of progress toward the Global Smart Drinking Goals.
AB InBev’s CEO appoints three AB InBev staff to the Foundation’s Board of Directors. Explore our Board to learn more about our Board of Directors.
AB InBev and the Foundation meet on a routine basis to discuss progress towards achieving the Global Smart Drinking Goals and to review formal reporting on it.
Steering Committee Engagement
Each City Pilot Steering Committee includes one representative from AB InBev. To learn more about the Steering Committee structure, see the City Pilot section.
Who Is AB InBev?
Anheuser-Busch InBev is the world’s largest brewer and, through its Global Smart Drinking Goals contributes to the effort to reduce the harmful use of alcohol globally. With a global presence, AB InBev is committed to shifting social norms, consumer behaviors, and their own business practices to make a tangible contribution to the reduction of the harmful use of alcohol globally. AB InBev funds the AB InBev Foundation.
Learn more about AB InBev at www.ab-inbev.com.
To learn more about how we work with AB InBev, see our Network of Collaborators.