FNF Construction, Inc. is committed to making the communities in which we work a better and brighter place.  FNF supports several charitable organizations, and we feel that while it is important to help monetarily, it is also important to get employee involvement.  FNF encourages and empowers its employees to not only participate in the charity events, but to offer suggestions as to which charities to help, and we take pride in being a community leader.  Our employees are very active in FNF charities in both selecting the organizations and also giving their time to volunteer.  This personal involvement creates an environment where our employees want to volunteer their time and energy. 

Arizona State University

FNF is highly supportive of higher education and ASU’s Del E. Webb School of Construction (DEWSC) and sponsors several activities all throughout the year.  Many FNF employees, including more than half of the company’s upper-management attended ASU. 

Each year, FNF sponsors a scholarship to a worthy student in ASU’s DEWSC program to pay for their tuition and books.  FNF also supports DEWSC’s Construction Building Fund and Heavy Construction Education Fund.  

Additionally, FNF is a participant in the Friends of Civil Engineering (FOCE) program at ASU.   FOCE is a partnership between the industry and education and assists students with educational and research activities.  

City of Hope

FNF is involved with the City of Hope and their largest event that takes place in Phoenix and many other large cities across the nation, the City of Hope Walk for Hope to Cure Breast Cancer.  FNF’s team has been among the Top 5 fundraising teams for the past 5 years.  Although FNF has raised impressive amounts of money for the charity, our employee involvement in this City of Hope event and other charity activities is truly outstanding. 

Breast Cancer Fund and Wellness Community

Each year, FNF's team of employees and their friends and family participate in the Joanne Wood March for Mammories Hike which supports the Breast Cancer Fund and Wellness Community.  The event not only helps raise funds, but and also raises awareness towards Breast Cancer, a disease that affects 1 in 8 women and while not as common, affecting around 1,910 men each year.  

Junior Achievement

FNF supports and has volunteer staff that participate in Junior Achievement, an organization that helps prepare young people for the real world.  FNF volunteer staffs set an example to the students to get them excited about their future and encourage them to continue their education. 

In addition to the charitable organizations listed above, FNF is also proud to support the following:


  • American Minority of America (AMCA)
  • ASA "Tickets For Troops" Campaign
  • Boys and Girls Clubs of the East Valley 
  • Child Crisis Center
  • Liberty Wildlife
  • Kids Safety Day of the Bodaway/Gap Chapter
  • Pat Tillman Foundation
  • PB&J Family Services of New Mexico
  • Solid Rock Outreach
  • United Blood Services
  • Wounded Warrior Project