SWWC Adopt-A-Trail cropSouthWest Water Company gives back to the communities it serves.

And not a penny of our giving comes from the rates you pay.

At SouthWest Water Company, giving back to Alabama communities isn’t a public relations slogan. It’s a serious commitment.

It starts with our Managing Director, who has served on the board of directors for Shelby County Arts Council, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Shelby County, the Shelby County Chamber of Commerce, and his local Rotary Club.

As a company, we’ve participated for years in both Adopt-A-Highway and Adopt-A-Stream (the Cahaba near US280). We’ve provided more than a dozen high school engineering students with scholarships toward college expenses. And we provided a playground for children at Safehouse of Shelby County.

Recently we’ve become title sponsor of Birdies for Charity, a program of the Regions Tradition that has raised nearly $1.5 million for area non-profits.

None of the community support we provide is from the rates our customers pay. Every donation is a contribution from our company.

We’re proud of having made good on our commitment to be good corporate citizens wherever we do business. And proud of our association with these organizations:

  • Adopt-A-Highway
  • Adopt-A-Stream
  • American Foundation for Suicide Prevention
  • The Arc of Shelby County
  • Big Brothers Big Sisters
  • Birdies for Charity, a program of Regions Tradition
  • Boy Scouts of America
  • CASA of Shelby County
  • Evangel Classical Christian School
  • Family Connection·
  • Greater Shelby Chamber of Commerce
  • Hoover Helps
  • Leadership Shelby County
  • Oak Mountain HS Athletics
  • Owens House
  • Rotary Club of Alabaster-Pelham
  • Shelby County Arts Council
  • United Way

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