Not for profit AND CHARITY insurance
Why speak to us about your charity?
The Charity sector is already exposed to many challenges. We can help you to protect your business, manage your budget effectively and keep up with new regulations from the Charity Commission.
We'll make sure you have the right level of protection while stripping out the surplus cover and cost.
- Charity sector-specific risks
Fraud, CEO impersonation, claims resolution, contract evaluations and legislation updates including Ogden rate changes.
- Knowledge and insight
We can arrange solutions for all sizes of clients; from small charities to national institutions.
- Taking care of business
You’re already busy enough seeking support from donors and raising funds for your cause. We look after your insurance needs so you can focus on your mission.
How our charity insurance experts can help
Our dedicated team of charity insurance experts have been providing solutions to charity clients, including some of the UK’s leading charities, for over 40 years.
Whether you’re a welfare establishment or in the care or education sectors, museums or the arts through to village halls or medical research, we’ve developed charity insurance products and services with specialist insurers, sourcing some of the widest cover possible.
Each charity's needs are different. We work with charities of all sizes to make sure you have cover for for trustees, volunteers, public liability insurance and more.
Larger charities and not-for-profit organisations often have more diverse and complex risks. We will work with you to provide the cover that suits your needs most. Our cover can include everything from Public Liability, Employers Liability, Buildings and Contents, Trustees Indemnity Legal Expenses, Cyber cover and more.
Many charities hold sensitive data and are increasingly more at risk from cyber attacks. Cyber insurance is key to ensuring you're fully protected against any potential damages or costs resulting from an attack.
Not for profit events
Charity events are often an integral part of a charity’s fundraising plan. Having the correct insurance in place is often required by venues before they will let you host an event. Public liability, employer’s liability and equipment cover are important to make sure your event runs without incident.
We provide a range of specific insurance solutions for places of worship, religious groups and religious charities of all sizes. Whether you are part of a large, nationwide group, or a place of worship for your local community, we can help arrange cover that suits your needs.
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