Charitable Giving

Improving the quality of life in the communities in which we work.

Donation Requests

Southwire believes in supporting our communities with our finances and our volunteer time.

Charitable Giving Program

Southwire’s charitable giving program strives to do our part in improving quality of life in the places where we live and work. Our Charitable Giving focuses on three giving strands when considering donations – community, education and the environment.

First, Southwire gives to community nonprofits that provide helpful services in Southwire communities. Southwire also awards educational donations to support STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) curricula and projects. Finally, Southwire supports environmental organizations that work to conserve our natural resources and reduce our carbon footprint.

If your registered nonprofit is interested in applying for a Southwire donation, please enroll to be part of our giving program and complete an application to be considered.

Southwire works diligently to support organizations with our time and talents, as well as our financial support. If your organization has volunteer opportunities for Southwire employees, please list those opportunities in your application.

Enrolling in the Southwire Donations Program

Upon clicking the link to the right, you will be redirected to the YourCause Grants platform. Here, you will be asked to create a YourCause account. Once your account has been created and verified, you will have the option to start a new application.

Once you click the application button, you will search for your organization using either the name of your organization (ex. YMCA of Metropolitan Atlanta) or your Employer ID Number.

Once you select your organization, you will be taken to the application.

*If you don’t find your organization in the search, click “Need help?” to the right of the search bar. From there, click “Can’t find your organization?” You will be given the option to add your organization to the YourCause System.