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FCC AgriSpirit Fund

Do you have a capital project that will enrich lives in your rural community? The FCC AgriSpirit Fund supports projects in communities of less than 150,000 people by charities, non-profit groups, and First Nations, Inuit or Métis governments/communities.

Applications are closed and will re-open in the spring of 2024.

Types of projects we consider:
  • Refrigeration and equipment to support food waste reduction and recovery

  • Construction of or upgrades to community buildings

  • Renovations or upgrades that reduce a building’s energy footprint

  • Greenhouses and community gardens

  • Initiatives that support agriculture and food

View all past projects     

Who can apply?
  • Charities registered with the Canada Revenue Agency

  • Non-profit organizations who partner with a municipal body, territorial or provincial government; Non-profit organizations who partner with First Nations, Inuit or Métis governments/communities; the municipal body or government/community must agree to receive contributed money.

  • Town, city, rural municipality, or First Nations, Inuit or Métis government/community under 150,000 people

  • Organizations that have not received AgriSpirit funding in the past five years

  • Note: FCC employees and their immediate family members cannot apply on behalf of an organization

Eligible projects:
  • Recognize FCC’s contribution

  • Must be completed within two years of receiving funding with documented proof

  • Are capital projects that enrich the lives of community residents in communities of less than 150,000

  • Successfully pass FCC’s background check


Applications are closed and will re-open in the spring of 2024.

Questions or problems applying? See our FCCAgriSpirit Fund FAQs or email us.

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