The EIRIS Foundation is pleased to invite charity trustees and staff to attend our Charity Sustainable and Responsible Investment (SRI) workshops
This post is the first in a series of short real world examples of charities making investments that align with their charitable objectives. If you have any examples from your own or other organisations investments please get in touch.
Universities have come under increasing pressure in recent years to divest from problematic investments. One of the most prominent among them being fossil fuels, due to the ongoing climate crisis and increased student activism.
The ‘What, Why and How’ of Sustainable and Responsible Investment for Charities:
EIRIS Foundation launches new CharitySRI website
Case Study: Access – The Foundation for Social Investment
Faith-based investing has been a key part of the development of Responsible Investment. The modern…
Hetal Jani considers the responsible investment policies of the largest UK charities.
The EIRIS Foundation is currently researching charity-specific investment funds