A women-driven contract manufacturing social enterprise with a mission to alleviate poverty and build economic opportunity across generations.

Alleviating Poverty and Building Economic Opportunity since 1994

Southwest Creations Collaborative was organized in 1994 as a sewing and handwork poverty alleviation project with a single goal: to provide dignified, living wage employment to women from low-income communities. The founders implemented strategies from projects around the world that recognize when a woman is given an opportunity to earn an income, she will invest in her children and family first.
Our efforts over the past two decades have helped us employ over 125 people, create 35 living wage jobs and design college-readiness programs for our employees' children that have achieved 98% high school... (more)


Pattern makers will make a blueprint of your idea. They make sure your design will be well-constructed.


Material suppliers will provide you with the raw materials and components of your end product.


Tooling factories produce custom tools that accelerate the production time of the end product.


These factories will mass produce your designs.