Giving Back

Giving Back

VISION for Change

At Swiftwick we have a vision for change to enhance communities, encourage adventure and help those in need by collaborating and partnering with organizations with similar missions.


How? You help us every step of the way. We strive to change lives one sock at a time, so whenever you purchase a pair of our VISION™ performance socks, we donate a percentage of sales to charitable initiatives that empower people to stay active and healthy. We participate in charitable events, volunteer our time in the community, provide materials for humanitarian efforts and donate to charitable organizations.

Meet a few of the nonprofit organizations we work with:

Ordinary Hero

An advocacy organization that partners with impoverished communities around the world to advocate and help children in need. We donate material goods that are used to make Humanitarian Blankets for children in Ethiopia.

Ride for Reading

A nonprofit organization that helps children in low-income areas become healthy and literate. We participate in Book Deliveries by riding bikes to local schools.

Survivor Fitness

A nonprofit organization that empowers cancer survivors with resources to regain strength and live a healthy life. Swiftwick donates for program funding and survivor sponsorship.

Cumberland River Compact

A local nonprofit organization dedicated to enhancing the health and enjoyment of the Cumberland River in Nashville, Tennessee. Swiftwick participates in the Adopt-a-Stream program of a mile and a half stretch of greenway.

Safe Haven

A family shelter that provides housing and eliminates homelessness local to us in Middle Tennessee. We participate in the Hike for the Homeless and provide meals for the families supported by Safe Haven

Learn more about Swiftwick’s mission by visiting Our Story. Shop VISION™ performance socks now to help support charitable initiatives.

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