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February 01, 2008


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I'm glad to see this note on mission based investing and its reference particularly to socially responsible investing (SRI).

I think it is terribly important that philanthropic organizations match their investments to their mission! For instance, I find Bill Gates example of not doing this absolutely bewildering. My thought is that he doesn't want to do it because it might have an impact on Microsoft being more carefully scrutinized as to where its products end-up!

I've been following socially responsible investing for about forty years, and some of your readers might be interested to visit my website which covers the latest global socially responsible investing news. It's at www.investingforthesoul.com

Best wishes, Ron Robins


Thanks, Ron. Blogged your site and added you to our Resource list.

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