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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(All performance reports last updated October 2021)

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Information about the effect of the CARES Act on RMDs and QCDs requirements and strategy can be found here.

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