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Community & Economic Impact

See how our community investments and supplier diversity initiatives are making a difference for the people and places we serve.

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Since 1886, Edison International has supported the communities in which many of us live and work.

Our volunteering, customer assistance programs and partnerships with local nonprofits help address key needs across SCE’s diverse service area. Today, Edison International is also one of the largest corporate charitable contributors in Southern California.

Through partnering with small and diverse businesses to fulfill SCE’s procurement needs, we further contribute to a healthier economy, healthier people and healthier environment — which we see as all interconnected.

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2023 Community Investments at a Glance


Supported diverse/underserved communities


Philanthropic funding donated by Edison International*


Total Grants awarded


annual commitment to STEM scholarships for Edison Scholars


Hours volunteered by employees, family and friends

*Inclusive of the company’s volunteer incentives, grants and matching gift contributions


Invested in an Equitable Future

Edison International’s impact supports the vision of an equitable clean energy future. Our community investments and supplier diversity initiatives have created a ripple effect of growth opportunities throughout the region.

We are committed to improving the quality of life in our communities. Our work with nonprofit partners includes habitat restoration, climate adaptation, emergency preparedness and workforce development to accelerate the clean energy transition.

Meanwhile, doing business with diverse firms has brought exciting innovations to SCE and is key to safely delivering reliable, affordable and clean electric service to customers. These supplier diversity activities also contribute to stronger neighborhoods, including job creation and wage generation.

2023 Supplier Diversity Economic Impact at a Glance

SCE’s diverse supplier base contributes to reduced operating costs, provides us with quality goods and services and makes us more competitive.





In 2023, we spent $2.26 billion with diverse suppliers, representing 38.3% of our total supplier spend, an increase from 35.42% in 2022. It was the sixth consecutive year we spent more than $2 billion with diverse suppliers. To learn more about our Supplier Diversity efforts visit our 2023 Supplier Diversity Annual Report & 2024 Annual Plan.

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