Comments: Holistic Mission: Social action and the Church of England

"The Church Commissioners, Church of England Pensions Board and CCLA should set aside a certain percentage of the returns on their investment to invest in church-based social ventures."

Is this a complicated way of raising the parish share? If the Ch Comm and CEPB do the best they can at the moment, then making sub-optimal investments will lead to a shortfall elsewhere. And could an honest trustee of a charitable fund for, say, education, having declared that she would do *the best for the charity* invest in a CCLA fund in the the knowledge that some return was being creamed off to pay for someone else's hobby horse?

Why not raise the money honestly and transparently?

Posted by american piskie at Thursday, 11 July 2013 at 2:52pm BST
Post a comment









Remember personal info?






Please note that comments are limited to 400 words. Comments that are longer than 400 words will not be approved.

Cookies are used to remember your personal information between visits to the site. This information is stored on your computer and used to refill the text boxes on your next visit. Any cookie is deleted if you select 'No'. By ticking 'Yes' you agree to this use of a cookie by this site. No third-party cookies are used, and cookies are not used for analytical, advertising, or other purposes.