Offering a family of professionally managed, diversified & socially responsible investment funds to churches & faith-based organizations
Invest Responsibly. Strengthen Ministry.
United Church Funds (UCF) is the institutional investment ministry of the United Church of Christ (UCC). UCF offers a diverse family of socially responsible investment funds to churches, conferences, associations and ministries of the UCC and faith-based organizations. Our goal is simple: to make more money available for ministry. Learn more.
UCF and UCC Collaborate to Support the Standing Rock Sioux
United Church Funds (UCF), the institutional investment ministry of the United Church of Christ, welcomed tribal chairman Dave Archambault II to their offices in New York City to learn how it can help the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe protect the sacred grounds and waters from the Dakota Access Pipeline. Read more.
Aligning Values and Finance
United Church Funds’ socially responsible investment (SRI) program reflects our belief that faith-based investing aligns with the United Church of Christ. We implement our long-term investment strategy by investing in companies that operate in a sustainable manner. Learn more.
As a faith-based investor, United Church Funds (UCF) utilizes our moral voice in matters of environmental, social, and governance impacts. Along with other concerned investors, we are using this voice to support the protest of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe for the rights of self-determination regarding the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline.
Shortly after the end of each month, our Chief Investment Strategist David Klassen provides a review of the market and our funds’ performance. Following is a summary of October —
In the aftermath of the surprising victory by Donald Trump, the investment team has been connecting with experts this morning to discuss the financial and political implications of the election. Rest assured; our primary task has been to stay mentally prepared for this possibility and to remain vigilant on your behalf.