Inspire Investing Announces Faith-Based ESG Investor Engagement Campaign For 2020

Inspire Investing released the details of their Faith-Based ESG Investor Engagement Campaign for 2020. Fifty-five publicly traded companies were selected for Inspire’s faith-based investor engagement efforts based on specific criterion to help improve their Inspire Impact Score™, a faith-based measure of environmental, social and governance (ESG) metrics used by investors around the world to align investment portfolios to support biblical values.

“Our desire is to help companies to connect with and understand the issues that are important to faith-based investors so that they can take proactive steps to improve their Inspire Impact Score and attract interest from the large and growing faith-based investor population,” stated Robert Netzly, CEO of Inspire Investing. “We have worked with many companies over the years to help them better understand the concerns of faith-based investors and are excited to begin efforts with this year’s class.”

Selection Criterion

Fifty-five companies were selected for exhibiting strong scores across several important ESG issues, yet being at risk for having their Inspire Impact Score downgraded due to one specific diversity-related issue unique to each company that was identified within the past year

“These fifty-five companies are doing some great things and excel in numerous ESG categories, but like a color-blind man playing with a Rubix Cube, they are making some unintended mistakes,” commented Netzly. “We want to help these companies excel even more by sharing our unique insight into the faith-based ESG investor population and the issues that are important to this passionate and influential demographic.”

Investors can view Inspire Impact Scores and other ESG data for the selected companies, as well as tens of thousands of stocks, ETFs and mutual funds for free with a simple ticker symbol search at

 Engagement List

The list of companies selected for engagement in Inspire Investing’s Faith-Based ESG Investor Engagement Campaign 2020 are below:

*Note: Inspire and Inspire employees and affiliates may own shares of the below companies in portfolios and funds under management, including third-party and personal investment accounts. This is not an endorsement of, or recommendation to invest in, the companies named herein. Not investment advice.

Click name of company to view Inspire Impact Score data on

AllianceBernstein HoldingHomeStreet Inc
Alnylam PharmaceuticalsLenovo
AMC Entertainment HoldingsLionsgate Entertainment Corp
American Electric PowerLowe’s
AMN Healthcare ServicesLuby’s
ANGI Home ServicesLululemon Athletica
Apollo Global ManagementMitsubishi UFJ Financial Group
Avis Budget GroupMonster Beverage Corp
Big LotsMyriad Genetics
BJ’s RestaurantsNiSource
Booking Holdings IncNoble Energy
Burlington StoresNomura Holdings
Byline BankOmnicom Group
Cincinnati BellPandora
Comerica IncorporatedPapa John’s International
Consolidated EdisonPDC Energy
Designer BrandsPeople’s United Bank
DocuSignPPL Corp
Dollar GeneralQurate Retail
Domino’s PizzaRegions Financial Corp
Dunkin’ BrandsSarepta Therapeutics
Fiat ChryslerSpirit Airlines
First Commonwealth BankSun Life Financial
Flushing Financial CorporationSyros Pharmaceuticals
Gates IndustrialViaSat
GenescoWaste Management
Georgia Power CompanyWolverine World Wide


About Inspire Investing

Inspire Investing is a leading provider of faith-based ESG investments and creator of the globally recognized Inspire Impact Score™ which is used by investors around the world to measure the biblical alignment of their investments according to Biblically Responsible Investing (BRI) principles. For more information, visit

Media contact:
Eric Smyth

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