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.
In July 2019, the Cape Fox Corporation (CFC) Shareholders voted to establish the Cape Fox Shareholder Tináa Trust (the Trust). One benefit to having the Trust is that monies paid from the Trust do not need to be reported to the IRS as taxable income. Since July 2019, all Shareholder distributions and the COVID-19 relief payments were made from the Trust. As a result, for the 2020 IRS tax season, you will not need IRS Form 1099, and CFC will not be mailing forms to our Shareholders.
For more information, read the full letter.
February 15th – Presidents’ Day
CFC Manassas & Saxman Offices Closed
February 16th – Elizabeth Peratrovich Day
CFC Saxman Office Closed
March 31st – Eugene Trout Scholarship Application Period Closed
2020-2021 ETS Application Period Closed
Application forms must be received on or before March 31, 2021
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.