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Community Investment Opportunities

At Mosaic, we understand that the sustainability of our business and our communities are strongly linked. We strive to be a thoughtful and engaged neighbor who invests carefully and generously, and, through working with First Nations and Métis communities, identify strategic opportunities to target grant funding to initiatives and projects that are important to the growth and sustainability in the areas where we operate.

Grant Funding Focus Areas

1. Food

Mosaic’s mission is to help the world grow the food it needs. To help feed a growing global population and address widespread hunger, we fund the following:

  • Hunger, food insecurity and food system development in local communities where we have facilities and offices
  • Global agricultural development programs focused on small-holder farmers in developing nations where we have key stakeholders
  • Agricultural research, education and extension programs, primarily focused on balanced crop nutrition and increasing the capacity for farmers to grow more food sustainably

2. Water

Water is the greatest limiting factor to growing more food. To help support water conservation, we fund the following:

  • Habitat conservation: conserving resources and encouraging stewardship of the environment including biodiversity and habitat protection where we have facilities and offices
  • Nutrient stewardship and ecosystem management programs: promoting sustainable agriculture and best-management practices in key watersheds where we have facilities and offices or sales and customer relationships
  • Watershed restoration: funding in regions where we have facilities and offices

3. Local Community

Our local communities are our homes. We understand that for Mosaic to prosper, our communities must also. To support our communities, we fund the following:

  • Partnerships that enrich the long-term strength of communities where we have facilities and offices

Grant Eligibility

Eligible for Funding

  • Applicants must be a charitable organization with the Canadian Revenue Agency, or an equivalent institutional registration, or a structured organization that exists for charitable purposes or the betterment of communities where Mosaic has facilities or offices.
  • Applicants must be located in geographic areas surrounding Mosaic locations and offices.
  • We prefer that requests not exceed 10% of an organization’s annual operating budget and 50% of the program’s annual budget.

Not Eligible for Funding

  • Individuals or private fundraisers supporting an individual or family
  • Granting organizations
  • Political or private membership organizations, unless the organization conducts charitable work for the purpose of supporting the entire community
  • Faith-based organizations, unless the organization conducts charitable work for the purpose of supporting the entire community
  • Public policy, grassroots organizing, advocacy and electoral campaigns
  • Endowment campaigns

Projects Funded

Here are some examples of projects and initiatives that Mosaic supports:

Mining Industry Pre-Employment Program (MIPP) – Mosaic’s Belle Plaine facility works with the Saskatchewan Indian Institute of Technologies (SIIT) on an annual basis to support the MIPP program that offers students foundational mining knowledge and hands-on experience to prepare them for future mining employment opportunities.

Pheasant Rump Nakota First Nation – Holiday Dinner for Kids and Elders – Provided support to cover the community’s holiday party and dinner, including toys for children and gifts for Elders.

Cowessess First Nation - Pow Wow Arbour – A $75,000 donation to help rebuild and repair this important gathering space in the community.

Kahkewistahaw First Nation – Nash Francis Memorial Park – provided $10,000 to help build this recreational space for the enjoyment of children and families in the Kahkewistahaw community.

Mâmawêyatitân Centre (Regina) – Provided $100,000 to build the symbolic “heart” of the multi-use community centre in North Central Regina. The “heart” will feature a green space complete with culturally significant plants like grasses and trees and hard elements like stonesand seating.

Ochapowace and Cowessess First Nations – Breakfast for Learning – Fully funded breakfast and lunch programs through nutritional grants that support 356 students for the entire school year.

Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations (FSIN) Spirit of our Nations Cultural Celebration and Pow Wow – Supported the annual weekend of dance and culture. The event provides an opportunity for participants to display their individually designed  and crafted dance regalia and for drum groups to perform.

Working at Mosaic

We believe in growing our business by growing our people. We will ensure at least 15% of new hires are Indigenous candidates by 2025.

Our company culture embodies the smart and results-driven energy of our workforce. From our mines and ports to our local communities, we collaborate across the organization, see ideas through to completion, and make meaningful contributions. Our work is challenging and rewarding.

Career Opportunity Areas

  • Operations
  • Engineering
  • Human Resources
  • Public Affairs
  • Skilled Trades
  • Legal
  • Commercial
  • Supply Chain
  • Accounting / Finance
  • Environmental
  • Information Technology
  • Health & Safety

For a listing of current our job opportunities, visit:

Our Priorities

Work together to build a culture based on our guiding principles, where people are proud to work and grow.

Maximize efficiency, accelerate growth, and deliver exceptional products and services for our customers – safely and sustainably.

Be transparent, operate responsibly, build trusted relationships and help our stakeholders thrive.


Environmental Responsibility

We work carefully to maximize efficiencies and minimize our use of energy and natural resources and have made significant process in reducing Mosaic’s environmental footprint.

We are targeting to reduce our freshwater use, energy use, and greenhouse gas emissions by 10 percent by 2020. Learn more at:

Water Workshops

Potable water continuous education training classes are scheduled at the Mosaic Esterhazy site on an annual basis. The training topics and dates vary per year. If you are interested in being added to the email distribution list for the classes please contact: