In partnership with the Hawai’i Conference of United Church of Christ (HCUCC) and the Hawai’i Conference Foundation (HC Foundation), United Church Funds (UCF) hosted stewardship luncheons and workshops in Hawai’i from March 22-24. The workshops offered pastors and lay leaders involved … Continue »
United Church Funds is a member of several organizations defending the rights of shareholders to present shareholder resolutions to the companies we own. The new US administration and its views has encouraged the Business Roundtable to label the shareholder resolution … Continue »
Faith-based investors speak out on risks of a change in SEC’s planned disclosure of employee-to-CEO pay ratio Led by our ecumenical partners, United Church Funds is one of a group of seven faith-based investment organizations in urging the Securities and … Continue »
Through our investment manager Community Capital Management and other outlets, United Church Funds makes impact investments – investments with a specific social or environmental expected outcome. A recent post from Community Capital describes an investment in a Honolulu power plant … Continue »
Members of the Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility (ICCR), including United Church Funds, will be filing shareholder resolutions with several pharmaceutical companies this year calling for disclosure of the reasons for and risks of increasing the prices of pharmaceuticals. In … Continue »
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 June —
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 April —
United Church Funds has improved its Beyond Fossil Fuel Fund offerings in order to increase impact and meet the desires of UCF’s current and potential investors.
UCF’s 2015 Annual Report is now available. Please click here to download a copy. Because some of our funds require more time to report final results, the audited financials are expected by the end of the 2nd quarter and will be published … Continue »
In accordance with our social investment strategies, United Church Funds recently helped the Justice and Witness Ministry support worker safety and rights efforts at Tyson Foods, a company which United Church Funds owns. Learn more here.