Confluence partners with philanthropic affinity groups, investing networks, and non profit organizations to help to build the field of mission related investing. Please visit our partners’ websites.
Benefits To Members
EIRIS is a leading global provider of independent research into environmental, social, governance (ESG) and ethical performance of companies. With over 25 years of experience, EIRIS works to help clients develop the market in ways that benefit investors, asset managers and the wider world. EIRIS assists Confluence in providing training to grantmakers interested in shareholder engagement strategies.
In a unique partnership with Confluence, Moxy Vote provides the platform for proxy voting for participants in the Proxy Power Program. Moxy Vote fosters the free exchange of good information among shareholders, advocate groups, and public companies making it easy to get informed and involved, and take a stand. Native Home Capital is a not-for-profit, certified Native Community Development Financial
Institution incorporated in 2005. They offer development services and
financial capital in the form of loans to tribally designated housing
entities (TDHE’s) and Indian-oriented private developers for on- and
off-reservation affordable housing and community facilities serving
American Indians. Native Home Serves as the Fund Manager to The Southwest Native Green Loan Fund.
Resource Generation organizes young people with wealth to leverage financial resources and privilege for social change. Resource Generation and Confluence coordinate the Next Gen Fellowship Program for Foundation Trustees under 35 years of age.
Sustainable Investments Institute (SI2) conducts impartial research and publishes reports on organized efforts to influence corporate behavior on social and environmental issues. Si2 closely follows shareholder resolutions proposed by investor activists, analyzing changing reform campaigns and identifying key points of contention in reports that enable institutional investors to make informed, independent decisions about their votes and views on these proposals. In addition to educational proxy research materials for members, SI2 publishes reports for the interested public on related emerging issues.
SI2 partners with Confluence's Proxy Power Program to educate members about corporate concerns.
The Global Impact Investing Network (GIIN) is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to increasing the scale and effectiveness of impact investing. Impact investments aim to create positive social or environmental impact alongside financial return. The GIIN builds critical infrastructure and supports activities, education, and research that help accelerate the development of a coherent impact investing industry.
Investors Exchange is a national association where philanthropic
innovators exchange ideas, tools, and experiences to increase the impact
of their capital. With membership of over 230 foundations and
affiliated philanthropic organizations, Mission Investors Exchange works
in strategic partnership with other organizations, including the
Initiative for Responsible Investment of the Hauser Center for Nonprofit
Organizations at Harvard University. It is a project of Philanthropy
Founded in 2007, the Take Action! Impact Investing Conference Series is
the pre-eminent gathering of impact investors focused on premium – or
above-market rate – returns. This by-invitation only community is
composed primarily of asset owners from families, foundations, major
pension plans and corporations. The 2010 event brought together
investors representing $4.1 trillion. Confluence members will receive a 10% discount to the conference.