Fife Capital is committed to the communities in which it works and invests. It encourages executives to participate in community activities personal to them and also to the three broad areas which executives deem to be of collective importance: conservation and renewable energy, equality and education.
Individual executives are engaged in a wide range of projects that they have selected. They give time and financial support to education, mentoring disadvantaged students, refugee assistant programs, a women's refuge, indigenous and conservation activities.
Individual executives are supported by Fife Capital in their personal community endeavours and the Group also maintains direct support to specialised social programs. The Group has adopted a policy of encouraging and financially supporting executives who undertake teaching and other personal assistance, board representation and provision of the following identified areas: collective intervention for children with physical disabilities, services for women who have been socially disadvantaged, renewable energy initiatives and energy conservation and encouraging indigenous education.