The companies ranked highest for social responsibility by 21,630 participants in the third annual ReputationQuotient poll conducted by Harris Interactive. Rankings for 2000 are included in parentheses for those in the top 10 which also made the list that year:
1. Johnson & amp; Johnson (1)2. Microsoft (9)3. Coca-Cola (16 )4. Intel (5) 5. 3M 6. Sony (3) 7. Hewlett-Packard (20)8. FedEx (13)9. Maytag (2)10. IBM (7)
Web sources that provide information on socially and environmentally responsible investing:
www.socialinvest.org -- Web site for the Social Investment Forum, includes list of mutual funds which meet forum criteria.
www.socialfunds.com -- Lists of social mutual funds, reports on community investing and shareholder activism news.
www.soyouwanna.com -- Instructions on how to start socially responsible investing with mutual fund links.
www.harrisinteractive.com -- Report on Harris Interactive's Reputation Quotient poll.
www.goodmoney.com -- Includes lists of companies with good records on diversity, environmental protection and other social and environmental criteria.
greenmoney.com -- Promotes awareness of socially an environmentally responsible business and investing.
www.osjspm.org -- Web site for a Catholic, activist network for Christian ethics in economic matters.
www.uua.org -- States the Unitarian Universalist Association views on socially responsible investing.
www.kld.com -- Web site for KLD Research & amp; Analytics, Inc., provides social research on corporations.
Sources: Harris Interactive, World Wide Web