“UK charities told us they wanted an equity fund that would help save the planet while still aiming for good long term returns. So together we created one.”
The Epworth Climate Stewardship Fund for Charities allows UK charities to invest in a way that tackles the climate emergency while still aiming for above market returns.
Offering charities a competitive interest rate of 0.01% on cash deposits, with same day access to their money.
An all-in-one fund solution for charities looking for a good level of income and capital growth through a blend of different assets.
An equity fund for charities looking to earn good long term returns whilst tackling the climate emergency. It takes a Christian ethical approach to investing.
A UK equity fund for charities looking for a good level of income and long term capital growth.
A global equity fund for charities looking for a good level of income and long term capital growth.
A corporate bond fund for charities. The fund will look to achieve a higher level of income than the Sterling Sovereign Bond Fund, albeit with a higher level of risk.
A sterling denominated sovereign bond fund for charities looking for income with lower capital risk than investing in equities.
In the news We will be holding our annual conference on ethics and investment virtually again this year on December 14 between 10:00AM and 12:00PM.
The Methodist Church, recognising the Holocaust and the centuries of persecution suffered by Jewish people in Europe and elsewhere, and also the suffering of the Palestinian people in the Nakba and during fifty years of occupation, affirms the legitimate security fears of both Israelis and Palestinians. Read our updated policy statement.
Epworth exits the oil and gas sector, the Stewardship Code, Access to Medicine and the Fair Tax Mark.
Ethical hub Epworth was among the first church and charity investors to publish an ethical policy on Climate Change (2009). It commits us to manage portfolios to take account of climate change, reduce carbon intensity and to engage with companies on the issue.