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Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is an idea that corporations have to consider the interests of customers, employees, shareholders, communities, and ecological considerations in all
Socially responsible investing (SRI) describes an investment strategy which combines the intentions to maximize both financial return and social good.

green@work : Magazine : Back Issues : Sept/Oct 2002 : Cover Story

Cover Story

Funds Overview

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Domini’s family of no-load, socially and environmentally responsible mutual funds includes investment options for each major asset class (stocks, bonds and cash), making it possible for an investor to build a socially responsible portfolio that fits his or her particular investment objectives. Investment options have low initial investment minimums ($1,000/$500 through its Automatic Investment Plan/$250 for IRAs).
It also offers traditional, Roth and Education IRA accounts, as well as UGMA/UTMAs.

Domini Social Equity Fund
Symbol: DSEFX
Net assets: $1.1 billion as of 6-30-02

The nation’s oldest and largest socially and environmentally screened index fund. The fund offers core stock market exposure through the Domini 400 Social IndexSM, an index of 400, primarily large capitalization domestic stocks that have passed a comprehensive set of social and environmental screens. Qualified non-profits, endowments and foundations may invest in the Domini Institutional Social Equity FundSM.

Domini Social Bond Fund
Symbol: DSBFX
Net assets: $29.7 million as of 6-30-02

An intermediate-term, investment-grade bond fund that offers an opportunity to invest in a socially screened portfolio of fixed-income securities while also investing in underserved communities. A portion of the fund’s assets is invested in community economic development initiatives.

Domini Money Market Account
Assets: $53.2 million as of 6-30-02

An FDIC-insured account with ShoreBank,
the nation’s oldest and largest community development bank. Assets earn a competitive rate of interest while being used to rebuild struggling communities in the U.S. Features daily liquidity, safety of principal, free transfers, free check-writing and no fees.

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