What is the Congregational Investment Trust (CIT) ?
The CIT was created in 1991 as an endowment trust for donor gifts and contributions to the National Association of Congregational Christian Churches. It is a vehicle that member churches can use for their endowment gifts.
It allows member churches the ability to pool their money with the NACCC's investments and the investable funds of other member churches, in order to take advantage of the cumulative purchasing power of all Investment Trust participants.
The trust should not be used as a short-term or money market vehicle as principal values will fluctuate.
Congregational Investment Trust Brochure
Investment Policy Statement
Account Change Form for Participating Churches