Delivering A Positive Societal Impact

Connecting with and contributing to our communities is a tradition and point of pride at the Reynolds American group, where our legacy of community support dates back to the 1800s. Generously investing time, talent, and resources, our companies and employees are on a mission to improve lives and shape the communities where we live and work.

2022 Impact by the Numbers


Women in Management in FY22.


Minorities in Management in FY22.

$7.3 Million

Gifted to Charitable Organizations in FY22.


Awarded Best Place to Work for LGBTQ+ for the third consecutive year.

Delivering a positive social impact is essential to our success — from enhancing farmer livelihoods, supporting thriving communities, and respecting human rights to creating a diverse, inclusive culture.

-Kara Calderon, Senior Director, ESG and Community Engagement

Our External Recognition

Attracting, developing, and retaining a talented workforce are key drivers in our transformation journey to build A Better Tomorrow™ for all. In 2022, for the third year in a row, we received a 100% in the Human Rights Campaign Foundation’s Corporate Equality Index (CEI), which qualifies us as a Best Place to Work for LGBTQ+ Equality. Our hard work throughout 2022 also awarded us inclusion on Bloomberg’s Gender-Equality Index (GEI) and recognition as a Top Employer by the Top Employer Institute for 2023.

Fostering Inclusion

We know a diverse and inclusive workforce brings different perspectives to the table and increases collaboration, and our strategy focuses on ensuring our employees can flourish regardless of their gender, ethnicity, culture, or sexual orientation. That is why we have ambitions to increase the proportion of women and minorities in management roles and senior leadership.

In Management

In Management

Our Employee Community

Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) are one of the ways we foster inclusivity for our teams. Our executive-sponsored ERGs (B United – LGBTQ+, Women, HOLA – Hispanic Origin & Latin American, Veterans, B.E.Y.O.U. – Black Employee Network Yielding Outreach and Unity, Asian American) play a critical role in building the culture at Reynolds as we strengthen diversity, equity, and inclusion (DE&I). DE&I is an important part of our ESG Strategy, and we are committed to building a culture where everyone has a voice.

In June 2022, we illuminated our Winston-Salem, NC headquarters in rainbow colors in celebration of Pride month. No matter your gender, race, sexual orientation, background, or beliefs, you are celebrated here.

Reynolds was a proud sponsor of the Winston-Salem Pride Parade. Members and allies of our B United ERG joined the procession to show their support for the LGBTQ+ community.


B United

(Black Employee Network Yielding Outreach and Unity)

(Hispanic Origin & Latin American)



Achieving Safety Milestones

We are committed to providing a safe working environment for all our employees and contractors. Providing safe working conditions and continuing to strive for zero accidents enables our people to thrive.

Our ASC team at our Taylor Brothers facility in Winston-Salem, NC, celebrated hitting the milestone of two years without a Lost Time Incident (LTI). That is over 740,000 hours over two years without missed work!

Our teams at the Reynolds Operations Center (ROC) and ASC Clarksville achieved one full year without an LTI.

In May 2022, several of our facilities received gold awards from the North Carolina Department of Labor (NCDOL), including Bowman Gray Technical Center, RJRT Main Office, Leaf, the Reynolds Operation Center (ROC), RAI Main Office, Shorefair, and ASC Taylor Brothers.

Our Philanthropic Giving

Our companies and employees generously invest their time, talent, and funds to help improve lives and shape the communities where we live and work. In 2022, we evolved our philanthropic approach, further defining the Thriving Communities pillar of our ESG Strategy. By focusing on People, Planet, and Prosperity, we deliver a focused mix of programs that honor our history of philanthropy while reflecting current community priorities.

Two Reynolds American employee volunteers in green shirts standing outside.


meeting basic human needs.

Reynolds American employee holding a green plant while volunteering in the community.


protecting & restoring natural resources.

Several Reynolds American employees standing behind a table and passing out food at the United Way Days of Caring.


promoting equity through diversity, inclusion and opportunities.

Employee Giving And Volunteerism

We value causes and initiatives that are important to our employees. That is why we offer various ways for employees to increase their personal commitments.

Wish for Wheels

Employee Benefits

The Shepherd’s Center of Greater Winston-Salem

Second Harvest Food Bank of NWNC

Family Services of Forsyth County
Silent Witnesses Exhibit