Invest Like a Unitarian Universalist
Invest Like a Unitarian Universalist
 

Your Congregation's Money Talks with the UUCEF

The Unitarian Universalist Common Endowment Fund (UUCEF) is an option for Unitarian Universalist Congregations that currently manage or direct the investment of their own assets. Several hundred UU congregations currently participate, and the fund currently manages in excess of $175 million.  It provides expert management and investment strategy aligned with Unitarian Universalist beliefs and Principles  to generate a respectable and reliable return on investment.

The UUCEF invests for Real Asset Growth (that protects the investment of member congregations while also providing regular dividends to fund congregational activities), and promotes the social justice mission of the Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) in the business community by practicing Socially Responsible Investing (SRI), to have a positive impact on social and environmental issues.

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