A number of executives at Saturna Capital donated their holiday bonuses to charities, the second year in a row they did so.

The fund company gave employees two choices. They could either receive a year-end bonus and direct a dollar-for-dollar matching donation to a non-profit organization of their choice or decline their bonus altogether, in which case Saturna would increase its value by 3.5 times to a charity of their choice.

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