United Church Funds partners with other UCC Financial Ministries to serve local churches and ministries. Working together in a spirit of continuous enhancement and cooperation, we strengthen communities and provide the tools, resources and financial solutions to move the ministry forward and make a true impact. Please click on the logos below to learn how each financial ministry can help protect and grow your church.
The UCC Church Building & Loan Fund assists new and renewing UCC congregations and other Christian congregations with funding to purchase, construct, renovate and develop church-owned properties that advance the mission of the Church.
The UCC Cornerstone Fund is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization whose mission is “joining together in faith to invest in and build community.” Since 1993, the Cornerstone Fund has supported hundreds of local UCC congregations, UCC-affiliated ministries and organizations with low-cost financing.
Insurance Board is a non-profit corporation established by the participating Conferences of the UCC. Insurance Board manages a church property insurance and church liability insurance program that serves churches and related entities within the UCC, the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), Presbyterian Church (USA), Reformed Church in America, Evangelical Lutheran Church in America and the Alliance of Baptists.
United Church Funds amplifies our investor voice by affiliating with leading socially responsible investing (SRI) coalitions. The following are our SRI affiliates and organizations that we work closely with to address various SRI issues and shareholder rights.
The Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility is an organization that has convened shareholders in the world’s largest corporations, primarily faith-based investors, to engage those corporations to make meaningful change to protect human rights, community sanctity, environmental health and worker rights.
United Church Funds has been a signatory to the Principles for Responsible Investment since 2007. Along with other signatories, UCF commits to incorporating environmental, social and corporate governance issues as important factors in the construction, maintenance and oversight of investment portfolios.