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One way we work to make a meaningful impact in the world is through generosity. That means that every dollar invested with Inspire is helping to inspire transformation throughout the world.
Everyone Pays fees. But how is that money used?
Inspire Investing takes 50% of the net profits from our management fees and donates them to Christian charities.
So, as you work towards your financial goals, your investment with Inspire impacts the world. Pretty cool, huh?
Here are some examples of what impact a $250,000 portfolio can make over time through Give50.
Impact estimates based on Inspire donating an average of 0.10% of initial investment for 20 years. Does not include calculation for potential growth rate of assets over time. Actual donations may be higher or lower depending on growth rate, length of time assets are held at Inspire, and other factors. Donation amounts, performance, proﬁt and other factors are not guaranteed. Donations are paid by Inspire from the revenues generated by all of our products and services. Calculation of minimum annual donation amount is (Revenue – Expenses)*50%.
IMPACT DATA SOURCES:
Worldhelp.net: $15 provides clean water for 1 person.
JesusCares.com: Cost per visitor to JesusCares.com ($4.36 each)
WorldHelp.net: $5 provides one Bible to Christians in persecution.
International Justice Mission: (www.ijm.org): $105 to cover trial fees for one case defending a victim of human traﬃcking.
Samaritanspurse.org: $25 provides a shoebox to one needy child.
Heartbeatinternational.org: $4 provides one consultant call to a frightened pregnant woman
Inspire’s Approach To
Biblically Responsible Investing
“It is remarkable to see the impact that even a small group of impact focused investors can have on the world. As more and more people invest for impact with biblical values, we will see inspiring transformation throughout the world and share in a brighter future.”
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