FCC supports projects that make positive changes in the communities where we live and work across Canada. Our four main funds include: FCC AgriSpirit, FCC Regina Spirit, FCC Aboriginal Student Empowerment, and FCC 4-H Club Fund. Get to know the type of projects we support, eligibility guidelines and how to apply.
FCC AgriSpirit Fund
The FCC AgriSpirit Fund supports rural communities across Canada. Past projects include:
- Refrigeration and equipment to support food waste reduction and recovery
- Construction of or upgrades to community buildings
- Firefighting and rescue equipment
- Play structures and recreation areas
- Renovations or upgrades that reduce a building’s energy footprint
If you live in a community under 150,000 people and need funding for a capital project that enriches the lives of community residents, check out the eligibility guidelines.
Applications are closed and will re-open March, 2022.
FCC Regina Spirit Fund
Do you have a project that will make Regina an even better place to live? The FCC Regina Spirit Fund supports community enhancement projects by charitable and non-profit organizations in Regina. It's our way of giving back to a city where almost 900 of our over 1,800 employees live and work.
Applications are closed and will re-open January, 2022.
FCC Indigenous Student Empowerment Fund
Balancing school and personal expenses isn’t easy. Open to Indigenous students attending one of four Saskatchewan post-secondary institutions, the FCC Indigenous Student Empowerment Fund can provide you with up to $1,000 for basic needs any time during the semester.
Applications accepted year round.
FCC 4-H Club Fund
The FCC 4-H Club Fund provides up to $500 each for 4-H clubs, districts and regions across Canada to assist with costs associated with developing existing programs and activities.
Applications are open August 2021.