Friday, December 07, 2007

For Your Church Christmas Party

From the ELCA's Corporate Social Responsibility program:
For the Twelve Days of Christmas the Corporate Social Responsibility Program Gave to Me…

12. A direct giving opportunity

11. A "Keep the Promise" advent calendar

10. A Socially Responsible Investing Handbook

 9. An opportunity to support Fair Trade products

 8. Tips on greener twinkling lights

 7. A Retail Comparison Chart for buying video games

 6. A Video Game Report Card

 5. Safer toy options for children

 4. A SweatFree Consumer Guide to shopping

 3. Ecolabeling: Voting with Our Wallets

 2. Lots of eco-friendly options for shopping

 1. A U.S. Department of State report on the human rights of children

Disclaimer: From time to time the ELCA Corporate Social Responsibility program shares materials that you may find informative or useful in understanding corporate social responsibility issues. The views expressed in these materials reflect the positions of the outside organization and may not necessarily reflect an official position of ELCA.
Shrimp (who wishes he could make up this kind of stuff) hastens to remind you that the 12 Days of Christmas begin on Christmas Day, in case CSR's list has you counting down.

A blessed Advent, Shrimp.


Anonymous said...

Shrimp, I thought you had made this up and was about to congratulate you on your creativity.

Then I clicked on the link. AH! Of course... you can't make this stuff up!

Anonymous said...

Just continues to show that the ELCA has done nothing but reject the gospel of Christ for the gospel of feel-goodism.

Sad...and makes me angry.

Pastor Zip said...

Shrimp, as the dragon said to St. George in Stan Freberg's St. George and the Dragonet, "You sleigh me!"

Ron Robins said...

Readers might like to know that they can get the latest socially responsible investing news at

You can also sign-up for a free e-newsletter.

Best wishes, Ron Robins

Not alone in the ocean said...

Pretty good fishing for a shrimp.

Glad to know someone does a little sailing in the bureucrat backwaters,seeing how benevolence dollars are being put to use.

Too funny! nice catch.

The good ship ELCA...

The good ship ELCA...
Or the Shellfish blog...