Reputation and Community

Our neighbors depend on us, just as we depend on them, so we are committed to improving the quality of life in the communities in which we work. At Southwire, this goes beyond providing jobs and paying taxes; it means supporting those in need with time, talent and financial resources.

In 2023, Southwire celebrates 17 years since launching its 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, Project GIFT. Between Project GIFT and other monetary efforts from Southwire, the company has shown a significant emphasis on Giving Back through DEI-related efforts in the communities where our employees live and work. A focus on reputation and community ensures the organization is aligned with our commitment to be an employer of choice for all stakeholders.

Introducing Our First-Ever
Annual DEI Report


Southwire is pleased to release our first-ever annual diversity, equity and inclusion report. This report focuses on our continued maturity in the DEI space and includes our 2022 efforts, outcomes, goals and plans for the future.

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Southwire Named as a Top 10 Enterprise-Wide ERG Recipient and on the Top 25 ERGs list for the Diversity Impact Awards

Launched in 2020, the Diversity Impact Awards represent the next iteration of the ERG & Council Honors Award™, the first and longest-running, nationally recognized award to honor the outstanding contributions and achievements of ERGs, BRGs and Diversity Councils.

Creating Shared Value is at the Heart
of Our Commitment to Giving Back

Our neighbors depend on us, and we depend on them. That’s why creating shared value is at the heart of Southwire’s commitment to Giving Back. We take time to understand the needs of our communities and engage them to provide purposeful support. Along the way, we create value for Southwire by strengthening our relationships with team members, neighbors and future talent. Our charitable giving includes:

Partnership Spotlights


Women in Manufacturing®

“Southwire has signaled its commitment to the success and growth of women, not only at Southwire but throughout the manufacturing industry, with its corporate membership through WiM, participation on our association and education foundation boards of directors, involvement in WiM’s DE&I task force, and more. WiM is thrilled to have Southwire as an active partner as we work to support, promote and inspire women who have chosen careers in this industry.”
- Allison Grealis, Women in Production President and Founder

Wounded Warrior Project®

“We are honored to welcome Southwire as a corporate partner and appreciate the company for sharing our passion for honoring injured veterans and their families. Southwire is directly supporting programs and services that give warriors access to independence, mental and physical health, career counseling, peer support and connections to other veterans, and family support – free of charge.”
- WWP Vice President of Resource
Development Brea Kratzert Todd.

Wounded Warrior Project® Spotlight


Diversity, Equity and Inclusion News

Southwire Named to Newsweek’s America’s Greatest Workplaces 2024 for Mental Wellbeing

June 14, 2024

Southwire is proud to announce its recognition as one of America’s Greatest Workplaces for Mental Wellbeing 2024 by Newsweek and Plant-A Insights Group

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Designing Workplaces that Work for Women – Southwire Partners with Nessel to Create Nursing Room Spaces at Facilities Across the Organization

May 09, 2024

Southwire has partnered with Nessel to equip and modernize facilities across the organization with dedicated nursing room spaces to ensure women have an equitable, clean and private space of their own.

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All Hands on Deck: Southwire Participates in 2023 Women in Manufacturing Summit

October 11, 2023

Attracting hundreds of manufacturing professionals from around the country, the Women in Manufacturing (WiM) Summit is the only national conference of its kind.

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