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We believe the best way to make money for our clients is not to lose it. We are conscientious investors who consider environmental, social, and governance factors not only for ethical reasons but also as a marker of strong and enduring companies.

50 Congress St. Ste. 1040 Boston, Massachusetts, United States, 02109

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2. Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, Board of Pensio

in Financial by Heather Williamson

Administers $5 billion in pension and other benefits for employers of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America and related institutions. Approximately $800 million managed in social purpose funds that use social screens and include several positive

800 Marquette Ave. Ste. 1050 Minneapolis, Minnesota, 55402-2860

phone: view phone(612)752-4268

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3. The Needmor Fund

in Financial by Dave Beckwith

Supports people who work together to change the social, economic, or political conditions which bar them access to participation in a democratic society.

42 South Saint Clair St. Toledo, Ohio, 43604

phone: view phone(419)255-5560

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4. General Board of Pension and Health Benefits of The United Methodist Church

in Financial by Vidette Bullock Mixon

The largest denominational pension fund in the U.S., administering retirement and health benefits for 74,000 participants. Investments are screened based on Church values, shareholder actions are taken to promote corporate responsibility, and investm

1201 Davis St. Evanston, Illinois, United States, 60201-4185

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5. Cedar Tree Foundation

in Financial by Debra Moniz

Small family fund created by the late pediatrician and entrepreneur, Dr. David H. Smith, who believed in the power of individuals and organizations to make significant changes in our world, a view which is reflected in our grant making. Focuses on th

100 Franklin St. Ste. 704 Boston, Massachusetts, 02110

phone: view phone(617)695-6767

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6. Unitarian Universalist Association

in Financial by Tim Brennan

A religious family of more than 1,000 congregations that support each other and bring to the world a theology of tolerance, interdependence, and compassion. Ensures that UUA investments reflect Unitarian Universalist values and offers endowment manag

25 Beacon St. Boston, Massachusetts, 02108-2824

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7. Haas SRI Fund

in Financial by Wendy Walker

The Haas SRI Fund is administered by the Center for Responsible Business at the Haas School of Business for the educational benefit and experiential use of its student fund principals.

C/O Center for Responsible Business 545 Student Services Building, #1900 Berkeley, California, United States, 94720

phone: view phone(510)643-7668

website: responsiblebusiness.haas.b...

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8. Christian Brothers Investment Services, Inc.

in Financial by Fred Devlin

Christian Brothers Investment Services, Inc. (CBIS) is a leader in Catholic socially responsible investing (SRI) with approximately $3.6 billion in AUM for more than 1,000 Catholic institutions worldwide.

1200 Jorie Blvd. Ste. 210 Oak Brook, Illinois, 60523

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fax: view fax(630)571-2723


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9. Eos Partners

in Financial by Nathalie Klein

Eos is an investment firm with approximately $2 billion of capital under management. We are active investors in the credit, public equity and private equity markets, and we have a long/short credit strategy dedicated to socially responsible investing

320 Park Avenue 9th Fl. New York, New York, United States, 10022

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10. Erika Karp

in Financial by Erika Karp

Erika is Managing Director and Head of Global Sector Research for UBS. She chairs the Global Investment Review Committee and manages Research analysts and strategists around the world.

1285 Avenue of the Americas 10th Fl. New York, New York, United States, 10019

phone: view phone(212)713-3311

fax: view fax(212)713-1142

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