Thank you for your interest in the enhanced liability protection designed exclusively by and for nonprofits. For your benefit, we work with independent brokers who have experience in serving the coverage needs of the nonprofit sector.
The process of getting a quote may take up to five (5) days during which time a qualified broker will objectively review your operations, consider your organization's liability risks, and then present you with coverage options to fit your needs.
Please fill out the information below, which we will provide to a licensed insurance broker who will contact you shortly, usually within one or two business days. We only work with brokers that have high ethical and professional standards.
Questions? Please call 800-359-6422 or email: email@example.com
If your insurance is coming up for renewal, it's a good time to review and evaluate your options—and make sure your coverage fits your current needs. Have there been any significant changes in your operations, in the events you host, in the people you serve? Have you received a grant or endowment? Hired new staff? These and other factors may affect your insurance requirements.
It's also a good time to examine your risk management program, an area nonprofits often overlook. Are you doing everything you can to reduce the risk of injury or accident on your premises? Does your current insurance company provide free training, for example, to make sure your volunteers are trained in safety or disaster procedures?
Are you a new nonprofit organization or expect soon to receive your 501(c)(3) status? Then this is the time to learn about your liability options. After you fill out the GET A QUOTE form, take a moment and review our coverages. You might also want to sign up for a free webinar here, or a recorded version of this webinar here.
No one ever wants to think about the bad things that can happen. But unfortunately, they do—someone slips or falls on your premises, a volunteer is injured in the line of assigned duties, an employee or officer is accused of misconduct—these things happen unexpectedly and depending on the financial hardship or damage to your reputation that result, your nonprofit mission may be seriously jeopardized. Be safe, not sorry. It doesn't cost you anything to find out what your risks are and learn about your insurance options. And in the end, it will save you time and money.
We provide insurance to nonprofits exclusively through qualified brokers. Having a broker is to your advantage because he or she is independent and can present you with multiple options based on your specific risks of potential loss or injury. A broker will help you understand policy limitations or additions (called endorsements) that will affect potential claims.
A broker can also make valuable recommendations based on knowledge of the insurance carrier and his clients' experience with them. If you don't have a broker, we can recommend one who is ethical and has a track record of working for their client's best interests.
In order to determine the type of coverage you need, your risks involved with your organization must be evaluated which involves several steps. After you fill out and submit your basic information on the GET A QUOTE form, we provide it to a broker with experience in working with nonprofits (or one that you specify). The broker will then contact you and request additional information about your size, your operations, and key factors like whether or not you have volunteers, host events, or serve children or the elderly. Then he or she will develop a plan of options and discuss them with you.