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Community Development Investing at Everence

Everybody likes a good return on their investments. But what is “good”? And what does that mean particularly in the context of aligning your finances with your faith and values? Looking beyond the basics of financial returns, can our investments earn something more?

At Everence, we believe they can — and should. In fact, we try to help people do just that — in as many ways and in as many places as we can. As Christians, we are to replace practices of injustice and exclusion with access, opportunity and hope.“To learn about the community investing impact available through the Praxis Mutual Funds click here.

Open doors of opportunity

Is it a “good” return on your investment to effectively help open doors of opportunity for those living in the margins? Can we help create a better world by offering hope for healthy and sustainable lives where these options do not currently exist?

At Everence, we believe opening those doors is critical – and is part of our responsibility as people of faith. But to open those doors, a very special key is needed. We all hold the key to expanding opportunities in distressed communities – it’s our compassion and our belief that we can create a better world for everyone if we work together.

For many, our world is a wonderland of possibilities, an economic laboratory of achievement. However, the world’s economic structures are not so sound for everyone. As people of faith, we can help unlock the doors of productivity, responsibility, and hope for those in need through our investments in Everence.

You should consider the fund's investment objectives, risks and charges and expenses carefully before you invest. The fund's prospectus or summary prospectus contains this and other information. Call (800) 977-2947 or visit for a prospectus or summary prospectus, which you should read carefully before you invest. Praxis Mutual Funds are advised by Everence Capital Management and distributed through FINRA member BHIL Distributors LLC. Investment products offered are not FDIC insured, may lose value, and have no bank guarantee.