More Than Money
Issue #15

The Human Side of Investing

Table of Contents

“Resources”

Co-op America educates and brings together socially-responsible consumers and business leaders. Membership is $25/year and includes a quarterly magazine and financial-planning guide.

Contact: 1612 K St., NW, #600,
Washington D.C., 20006;
202/872-5307 or 800-58-GREEN.
http://www.coopamerica.org

Council on Economic Priorities educates investors and the public about corporate behavior, rating companies on a variety of social issues. Membership ($35/year) includes monthly research reports and the publication Shopping for a Better World .

Contact:
30 Irving Place, 9th floor,
N.Y., NY 10003;
800/729-4237.

Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility promotes corporate social responsibility through shareholder activism and promotion of new Principles for Global Corporate Responsibility. A copy of these principles is available for $7. Quarterly reports are available for $25.

Contact:
475 Riverside Dr., Room 566,
N.Y., N.Y. 10115;
212/870-2936.

Investors' Circle brings together accredited investors who are committing venture capital to socially-responsible companies. Offers regional meetings and two national membership conferences annually.

Contact:
3220 Sacramento Street,
San Francisco, CA 94115;
415/929-4900;
e-mail: .

National Association of Community Development Loan Funds links a growing national network of loan funds which lend money to low-income community groups at below-market interest rates. Investors can find out about local funds through the Directory, available for $10.

Contact:
924 Cherry St., 2nd floor,
Philadelphia, PA 19107;
215/923-4754.

The Social Investment Forum serves a national association of socially-responsible financial professionals with meetings, publications, and a directory.

Contact:
1612 K Street NW, #600,
Washington D.C., 20006;
202/872-5319.

Social Venture Network is an information and communications network of over 400 visionary investors, business leaders, and socially responsible entrepreneurs. The organization has two annual membership conferences and a newsletter.

Contact:
P.O. Box 29221,
San Francisco, CA 94109
415/ 561-6501
http://www.svn.org

The Green Money Journal is a quarterly newsletter on investment options, business practices, and consumer choices that integrate social, ethical, and environmental principles.

Contact:
West 608 Glass Ave.,
Spokane, WA 99205;
http://www.greenmoney.com;
509/328-1741.

Investing for a Better World is a monthly newsletter offering investment-related news, analysis, and opinion from a respected SRI financial investing firm.

Contact:
Franklin Insight,
711 Atlantic Ave.,
Boston, MA 02111;
617/423-6655.

Business Ethics , being a slick business magazine with a difference, puts ethic to work.

Contact:
1107 Hazeltine Blvd., Suite 530,
Chaska, MN 55318;
612/962-4700.

Dollars and Sense is a lively, reader-friendly bi-monthly magazine on economic issues and events from a progressive perspective.

Contact:
One Summer Street,
Somerville, MA 02143
617/ 628-8411
http://www.igc.org/dollars ;


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