Shareholders

The mission of Cape Fox Corporation (CFC) is 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 our Shareholders.

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Announcements

Cape Fox Corporation (CFC) has received its portion of the Tribal CARES Act funding for COVID relief from the U.S. Treasurywhich is to be used when there is a demonstrated financial need due to COVID-19. As we continue to seek ways to support our Shareholders, we request your assistance.  We will be sending you a Tribal CARES Act Shareholder Assistance Questionnaire, for which we ask for your voluntary participation. The answers to this voluntary survey provide us the data to most effectively and efficiently ensure that our Shareholders are being provided the relief needed as a result of COVID-19 hardships. The CFC Tribal CARES Act Funding Shareholder Assistance Questionnaire will give us the information to be able to provide eligible CFC Shareholders with a one-time payment not to exceed $1,500 to those Shareholders who experienced additional expenses and/or loss of income related to the COVID-19 pandemic between March 1, 2020, and December 31, 2021, that has not been paid by or reimbursed by any other Alaska Native Corporation CARES Act Program or any other federal, state, tribal, or local government. CFC Shareholders eligible for Tribal CARES Act funding relief must be 18 years of age or over. 


Please note, electronic questionnaire submissions will be due by December 10, 2021, and anyone mailing their questionnaire responses must have it postmarked by December 6, 2021.  Approved payments will be sent to the Shareholder information on record.  If you need to update or change your address, please log into your MyCapeFox.com account prior to December 6, 2021. While this questionnaire is voluntary, please know that failure to reply to the questionnaire may prohibit CFC from providing necessary payment relief.  

Upcoming Events

September 30th – Record Date for Fall 2021 7(j) Dividend Distribution

Last day to make changes to stock, gift stock, process estates or transfer shares.

October 11th – Indigenous Peoples’ Day

CFC Manassas office closed.

October 13th – Deadline for Fall 2021 7(j) Dividend Distribution

Last day to change Beneficiary banking or mailing information.
Update information on www.MyCapeFox.com

October 20th – Distribution Date for Fall 2021 7(j) Dividend Distribution

Distribution occurs.

October 21st – Record Date for Fall 2021 Corporate Dividend Distribution

Last day to make changes to stock, gift stock, process estates or transfer shares.

November 3rd – Deadline for Fall 2021 Corporate Dividend Distribution

Last day to change Beneficiary banking or mailing information.

Update information on www.MyCapeFox.com

November 10th – Distribution Date for Fall 2021 Corporate Dividend Distribution

Distribution occurs.

Welcome Shareholders

Our Cape Fox Corporation Shareholders include almost 400 Tlingit Alaska Natives who live and work around the world, but who’s heart and heritage lie in Southeast, Alaska and the Village of Saxman. Our Shareholders are the backbone of our corporation.

As CFC grows, we want our Shareholders to continue to feel connected and engaged.  CFC invests in our Shareholders through academic programs and scholarships, employment and training opportunities, and community outreach programs.  A sense of community and familiy is always at the heart of Tlingit natives.  Our Shareholders can feel assured that we work and speak on their behalf to increase the sense of community and family because our Shareholders are the Faces of Cape Fox.

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Shareholder Spotlights

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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.

Shareholder Spotlight – Kenneth “Kelly” White

Kenneth “Kelly” White, a CFC Shareholder, began his cultural journey when he was just two years old as a dancer for Cape Fox Tour, LLC. At 14, he transitioned from a dancer into a tour host where he began performing presentations of the Edwin C. DeWitt Carving Center...

Shareholder Spotlight – Krystal Turner

Krystal Martha Joy Turner, a Cape Fox Corporation shareholder, is currently working as a Certified Nurse Assistant (CNA) at the Ketchikan Pioneer Home. While ensuring patients are treated with dignity and respect, she works under the supervision of licensed nurses and...