Do you know what you're investing in?
Invest Your Values - a project of As You Sow

People invest their savings in firearm manufacturers and retailers raking in billions in handgun, assault rifle, and ammunition sales. Most don’t even know it. We don’t need to profit from violence when we're investing in our retirement accounts. From non-profit As You Sow, Gun Free Funds is made for people looking to align their investments with their values by moving money out of companies that make and sell guns.

With a gun free action toolkit to answer questions like how to ask your employer to provide gun free 401(k) investment options, Gun Free Funds shows you gun investments that may be hidden inside the mutual funds you own. It’s your choice - take control and make sure your investments are not profiting from “blood money.”

Gun manufacturers and retailers

If you own mutual funds or exchange-traded funds (ETFs), there’s a good chance that you own shares of gun manufacturers and gun retailers profiting from the bloodshed of mass shootings and gun violence. This site shows you if your funds have investments in:

How to make your investments match your values
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Search for mutual funds and ETFs by name, ticker, or asset manager. Our database covers thousands of U.S. equity funds.
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See fund results. For each fund, we track investments in companies that manufacture or retail firearms and ammunition for the civilian market.
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Look for cleaner options. Sort and compare to find funds that fit your investing needs.
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Talk to your financial advisor or retirement plan manager about gun free investing.