What does it take to become a responsible investor in today’s world? Do you think about making moral investment choices in ways that can impact the climate, our environment, or the way we utilize our natural resources?
The Pension Boards interviews Andrew Russell, Director of Fixed-Income Investments, to share how investing in green bonds (bonds specifically earmarked to raise money for climate and environmental projects) is one way Pension Boards’ members can add their footprint to mitigate climate change.
I hope this message finds you and your loved ones well and safe, and that you enjoyed the Labor Day holiday weekend.
Today marks the 19th anniversary of the tragic September 11 terrorist attacks on the United States. Let us take a few moments today to honor the memories of all who lost their lives that day.
By Pratikshya Thakali
This summer I had the opportunity to intern within the Pension Boards-United Church of Christ (PBUCC) as part of the Member Services team and I am grateful for the experience, which as been nothing less than amazing! Like any college senior, I was looking for an internship, but I found something greater.
By Elise Nguyen
As a returning software development intern in the IT department, I embarked on my summer internship at the Pension Boards-United Church of Christ (PBUCC) with high expectations for the projects and activities planned ahead for me.
As the Labor Day holiday approaches, we remember and honor those American workers who paved the way for workers’ rights in our country. The holiday also traditionally marks the end of summer, with vacations behind us, and a return to work, school, and for many, regular worship schedules and activities at church.
By Sheik Floradewan
The pandemic has left a huge mark on the class of 2020. We are among the worst graduating classes.
I didn’t have a graduation to celebrate my accomplishments, which is a big milestone as a first-generation college student, and I am entering the workforce amid a recession.
If you are not already using the Employer Portal to pay benefits for your church or ministry’s employees, it is easy to get started.
I have an important request to make of all of you, our members and employers!
Over the past several weeks, you have seen messages – both from me and from the Pension Boards’ Member Services staff – encouraging employers and self-paying members to transition to online payment of their benefits invoices. You may remember reading that online payment is the new standard for the Pension Boards.
At this time, I would like to request that each of you begin making your payments using our online payment portal!
Since we began sending you these weekly updates in March, our goal has been to keep you informed about your benefits, available programs, and process changes while assuring you that all Pension Boards' business operations are moving forward as they were before the start of the pandemic.
You have heard from us. Now, we want to hear from you!