Cape Fox Corporation (CFC) was established in 1973 representing the village of Saxman.

Cape Fox Corporation (CFC) was founded almost 50 years ago as a result of the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act (ANCSA).    CFC is the Alaska Native Corporation for the Village of Saxman, Alaska.  For nearly three decades, we generated revenue primarily by harvesting timber. However, as the timber industry declined, we learned to adapt in order to continue to thrive.  We changed our business focus to hospitality and tourism, real estate, and federal contracting. CFC now has several successful, thriving commercial businesses, and a growing federal contracting group.  We have almost 400 Shareholders and over 700 employees worldwide and, in an effort to maintain what our heritage means to us, we make sure we are giving back within those communities.

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47th Annual Meeting of Cape Fox Corporation Shareholders

47th Annual Meeting of Cape Fox Corporation Shareholders

The Annual Meeting was originally scheduled to occur on November 7, 2020. However, as a result of the pandemic, and to ensure everyone’s safety, the decision was made to call the Annual Meeting to order and then adjorn until January 30, 2021. Moving the activities of the Annual Meeting meant that the Board Elections were also postponed. On January 30, 2021, the 47th Annual Meeting was held along with the elections for the Board, and it was a great success.

Cape Fox Honors Tlingit Heroine Elizabeth Peratrovich, an Early Champion for Human Rights

Cape Fox Honors Tlingit Heroine Elizabeth Peratrovich, an Early Champion for Human Rights

February has several universally known celebrations such as Valentine’s Day, President’s Day, and Mardi Gras. At Cape Fox Corporation, February 16th is also an important day of celebration when Alaska Natives celebrate Elizabeth Peratrovich Day. Elizabeth Peratrovich championed for Alaska Native rights. She fought for unity and diversity. Diversity has been a core issue for Americans, and we are reminded of an Alaska Native heroine, Elizabeth Peratrovich.

Shareholder Spotlight – Jennifer Tavares

Shareholder Spotlight – Jennifer Tavares

Cape Fox Corporation (CFC) has employees and Shareholders who are on the front lines of the fight over COVID-19. This year for our CFC Shareholder Spotlight, we are recognizing one of the Shareholders on those front lines, Jennifer Tavares. Jennifer Tavares actually began her career as a pre-school teacher. However, throughout her life, she had a passion for medicine and healthcare. Her husband helped her realize that instead of teaching and caring for young kids, she could expand her skills and do something she loved. So, Jennifer took a leap in her life to do something for which she was passionate, healthcare.

23,040 Acres in the Tongass Rainforest

It is our Tlingit Natives who define us as people and it is the unique beauty of our ancestral lands that hold much of our history.

The 1971 Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act (ANCA) is the largest land settlement made by the US Government in US history. In accordance with ANSCA, the US Government declared approximately 44 million acres (and $962.5 million) of traditional homelands be returned to Alaska Natives.  When  CFC was created, we received 23,040 acres of land.  Our maintained lands offer unique beauty, wildlife, and resources along Southeast Alaska you cannot find elsewhere.  Our lands sit along the coast within the Tongass National Forest which provides trails for hiking, a network of roads to view the coastal line deeper, and excellent sources for subsistence lifestyles.

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Cape Fox Corporation provides more than just employment, we provide skills, added talent, and adventure all while contributing to the mission of advancing and advocating for our Shareholders.

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Ketchikan, AK

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Ketchikan, AK

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