Investment FAQ


Foundation fund holders may recommend how their fund is invested among several investment strategies at the time the fund is established.  An investment committee comprised of volunteer leaders from the community meets quarterly to monitor investment performance and to oversee the investment strategies for its assets. We are currently served by SEI for our investments.


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Asset Allocation Models

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What is SEI?


Since 1968, SEI has been a leader in the investment services industry, recognized for its history of innovation. Throughout this nearly 50-year history, their mission has remained constant: to help clients achieve continued success by developing consistently relevant solutions delivered through an outstanding client experience. Many of their solutions are unique, combining advice, investments, technology, and operations into comprehensive solutions designed to help professional wealth managers improve their business success; institutional investors make better financial decisions; and private clients achieve their life and wealth goals. Click here for more information about SEI.

  • SEI Adds $1.1 Billion in New OCIO Assets in Fourth-Quarter 2018

    SEI (NASDAQ:SEIC) reported continued growth in its institutional outsourced chief investment officer (OCIO) business with the addition of nine clients and $1.1 billion in new global institutional assets during fourth-quarter 2018. Guide Dogs for the Blind, Pine Crest School and The Jerusalem Foundation, Inc. are among SEI’s institutional clients added in the fourth-quarter 2018.