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The Sociedad Cuahtémoc y Famosa (SCYF) is a significant part of FEMSA's history because it serves as an institutional model for social development in FEMSA's companies. The business units rely on this model to drive and promote the Quality of Life of employees and their families through services and benefits that together look to convey transcendent values, foster hard work and savings, and promote a humanist philosophy at work while being a school for leaders.

SCYF was established in 1918 when the aftermath of the Mexican Revolution was still having an impact on the workers throughout the country due to a lack of employment and disease. It was then that FEMSA's employees and top management came up with the idea of setting up a non-profit organization in order to boost savings and elevating the quality of life of the members and their families.

SCYF promotes FEMSA's Social Development model, which is based on the balance of the areas necessary for the comprehensive development of individuals, by providing diverse sets of tools and programs. This same model, adapted to the cultures and habits of each region, is undergoing implementation in every country where FEMSA is present.

Results

1918
SCYF is established

to promote the social and personal development of our employees and their families

1,100,396
people have benefited

from the facilities of the Social Development Center

25,119
people have attended

the events offered by the Social Development Center

22
Sports and Cultural Academies

at the service of employees and their families

26,300
people enrolled

at the Cultural Academy

42,200
people enrolled

at the Sports Academy

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