FCC supports projects that make positive changes in the communities where we live and work across Canada. Our five main funds include: FCC AgriSpirit, FCC Expression, 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.
The FCC AgriSpirit Fund supports rural communities across Canada. Successful projects in the past have included the construction of or upgrades to hospitals and medical centres, childcare facilities, playgrounds, food banks, libraries, recreation centres and community gardens, as well as the purchase of fire and rescue equipment. If you live in a community under 150,000 people and need funding for a project that enhances lives or contributes to sustainability, check out the eligibility guidelines.
Applications are closed and will re-open in 2019.
The FCC Expression Fund was developed to support Canada's official languages and honour those communities where both languages thrive. It's funding for projects that contribute to the vitality of official language minority communities and help residents express the cultural and linguistic diversity of their area.
Applications are closed and will re-open in December 2018.
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 800 of our over 1,800 employees live and work.
Applications are closed and will re-open in January 2019.
Balancing school and personal expenses isn’t easy. Open to Aboriginal students attending one of four Saskatchewan post-secondary institutions, the FCC Aboriginal Student Empowerment Fund can provide you with up to $1,000 for basic needs any time during the semester.
Applications accepted year round.
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 from August to October.