Welcome to Cape Fox


Alaska Native Village Corporation Association (ANVCA) has recently been made aware of a phishing scam targeting Alaska Native Corporation (ANC) shareholders. The caller is telling shareholders they have won a proxy prize and requesting bank account information to distribute this prize.

Do not give your banking information out over the phone. Typically all calls requesting such information should be treated as suspicious. If you have been contacted by anyone requesting your bank information claiming to be a Village Corporation representative, hang up, and please let your village corporation representative or ANVCA know immediately.

You can call us at (907) 222-5258 or email us at info@anvca.biz


Hallie L. Bisset

It is the mission of Cape Fox Corporation to grow and maintain a
strong financial foundation by profitably managing financial and land
resources to provide immediate and long term economic, education,
and cultural benefits for shareholders.

Cape Fox Corporation (CFC) was formed as part of the Alaska Native
Claims Settlement Act (ANCSA) of 1971. In accordance with ANCSA,
the US Federal Government gave the Alaska Natives (Eskimos, Indians,
and Aleuts) 44 million acres and $962.5 million in exchange for the
termination of aboriginal land claims. ANCSA led to the development
of 13 regional, 4 urban, and roughly 200 Native village corporations.

Cape Fox Corporation is the Alaska Native Corporation for the
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Upcoming Events
December 12 – 13, 2018
CFC Q3 Board of Directors Meeting
Fairfax, VA

December 14 – 15, 2018
CFC 2019 Strategic Planning Meeting
Fairfax, VA

December 24, 2018 – January 1, 2019
Extended Christmas Break
CFC Office Closed

January 2, 2019
2019 – 2020 Eugene Trout Scholarship Application Period Opens

February 2, 2019
CFC Shareholder Informational Meeting
Cape Fox Lodge, Shaa Hit A and B
Ketchikan, AK

February 15, 2019
Elizabeth Peratrovich Day (Observed)
CFC Office Closed

February 18, 2019
President’s Day
CFC Office Closed





Understanding Cape Fox Heritage

The Tlingit natives of Cape Fox migrated from Asia across the Bering Land Bridge thousands of years ago and Established a permanent village at Cape Fox in the Alexander Archipelago – a small chain of islands.
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Preserving Our Culture

Cape Fox Corporation helps fund the Cape Fox Dancers, which immerses dozens of youth each year in traditional story telling through dance, thereby allowing them to reconnect with their rich culture.
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The Cape Fox Lands

Like the other southeast villages provided benefits under section 16 of ANCSA, Cape Fox received an entitlement of 23,040 acres.
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