Socially responsible investment

Socially responsible investment is a term used to describe a range of approaches to investment which take social, environmental, ethical and governance issues into consideration in the investment decisions. It aims to align a charity’s investment activity with it’s mission.

We believe that socially responsible investment is a positive, forward looking strategy for charity investment and can reap significant mission related, reputational and financial benefits.

In 2010 we published a report that demonstrated the advantages and perceived barriers to SRI which we hope will support charities seeking to adopt this approach.

Unlocking socially responsible investmentpdf icon

Good Money Week

Good Money Week is a campaign led by UKSIF - the sustainable investment and finance association- to ensure that everyone knows that they have green and ethical options when it comes to their finance and investment decisions.

Good Money Week 2014 takes place between 19-25 October 2014.

Action Guide for Charities

In 2011, CFG teamed up with UKSIF to produce the Action Guide for Charities. The publication offers tips to help charities ensure that their savings and investments best support their mission.  It also explores some of the latest thinking in the field, including the rise of social impact investing.

NEIW Action guide for charities  pdf icon 

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