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Mindful Money is a charity that makes it quick and easy for you to invest your money ethically.

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Chances are that it is supporting the fossil fuel industry.

The 12 worst fossil fuel companies show no sign of stopping their climate-wrecking activities, and our KiwiSaver funds are actively increasing their investment in them, now reaching over $3 billion…

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Your KiwiSaver fund or investment funds are invested in companies on your behalf. These investments have real-world consequences and it's your choice what they are.

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Everyone's values are different. You can find a KiwiSaver fund or Investment fund that fits your values through our Fund Finder tool. Complete three questions and we will provide you with fund suggestions that suit your values and investment criteria.

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We provide radical transparency for Kiwis on where their money is invested and promote funding for sustainability and the climate transition.

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