Sustainable, socially responsible, and ethical mutual funds that disclose in their prospectus or offering circular non-financial investment management techniques such as screening, shareholder advocacy, and community investing. Such funds may have narrowly focused or broad-reaching screens and/or investment activities.
Utilizes negative screens. Avoids companies involved in the alcohol, gambling, tobacco and certain health care industries. United States.
Family of religious-based funds incorporating Shari'ah-based Islamic principles. United States.
Fund family based on Catholic values of stewardship and economic justice. Named after St. Thomas Aquinas. United States.
Fund family employing ethical business practices and other screens. Minority owned and operated management company. United States.
An Standard and Poor's 500 index fund that screens out companies that do not adhere to Catholic values. The Funds also advocate for corporate responsibility. United States.
Family of religious-based funds incorporating Shari'ah-based (Islamic) principles. United States.
Provides mutual funds that invest in socially and environmentally responsible companies.
Institutional fund invests according to the Community Reinvestment Act guidelines. United States.
Family of SRI funds. Utilizes screening, shareholder activism, and community investing. United States.
Anti corporate social responsibility, single-bottom-line only, conservative activist mutual fund. United States
Mutual funds founded, managed, and owned by a partnership of non-profit environmental organizations. United States.
Fund family incorporating Mennonite values. Utilizes screening, shareholder advocacy, and community investing. Canada.
Sustainability fund of funds managed by Credit Agricole Asset Management of France. Monaco.
Environmentally screened fund specializing in alternative energy, recycling, and energy conservation issues. United States.
Mutual funds that invest in undervalued companies with good business practices. United States.
Fund family applies sustainability criteria and strategies to investment process. USA
Global fund utilizing sustainability SRI principles. United States.
Family of traditional funds offering one SRI fund. Available as separate mutual fund or inside a variable annuity. United States.
Equity investments in large U.S. companies selected for inclusion because they have financial and diversity performance. United States
Fund family based on a set of Christian biblical religious values. United States.
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