College of St. Rose Makes Responsible Investment Committment

We just caught a little news snippet from Foundation and Endowment Money Management that says the College of St. Rose in Albany decided to allocate 15% of its $30 Million endowment to responsible and sustainable investments. You can read a bit more information at the site. College of St. Rose is a Catholic School in Albany, NY--and is making a great start toward being a truly responsible investor. Way to go!

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