Proxy Voting

Exercising proxies and voting stock is one method for investors to communicate with corporate management on a variety of issues, including corporate governance, social responsibility and environmental quality.

To increase shareholder power, our clients may designate Harrington Investments, Inc. (HII) to vote proxies of company stock held in their portfolios. All proxies are voted in compliance with our Proxy Voting Policy & Guidelines shown below.

Often proposals arise that are not covered in our Proxy Voting Policy & Guidelines. In these cases, we vote our proxies on a case-by-case basis, consistent with our fiduciary duty and our social investing criteria.

For more information see:

Proxy Voting Summary (PDF)
Complete Proxy Voting Guidelines (PDF)