The 4th of July holiday is a nostalgic one for most of us. I remember churning homemade ice cream with my father and the excited anticipation of the fireworks. Most of us have similar memories and think the Independence Day holiday as the heart of summer activities. Many nonprofit organizations host events and fundraisers centered […]
Most well informed nonprofit owners and managers know they need numerous insurance policies to protect themselves and their organization from a variety of lawsuits and claims. Some of the most common are general liability insurance and workers’ compensation insurance. Yet many fail to realize how these policies inform the decision-making process involved in hiring independent […]
Nonprofit leaders often invest in insurance as a means to mitigate risk, but this is not quite an accurate assessment. Insurance policies help manage the financial fallout following exposure to certain risks—it does, however, prevent them. Although combing through the numerous scenarios that can affect a charitable association can make nonprofit managers’ heads swim, it […]
I think that we all agree that abusive behavior of any kind is unacceptable in your organization. But I think we all agree that Sexual Abuse cannot be tolerated under any circumstances. Regrettably, it’s something that happens all too often in a variety of situations.
Recently I had an email conversation with one of my clients about the personal liability their board members take on through their service to the organization. I thought it might be valuable to share this information with everyone.
Slip, trip and fall claims are probably the easiest type of claims to avoid with a little risk management. Although these claims can be large, most of the time they are small but can be quite frequent. In fact they are the leading cause of general liability insurance claims for nonprofit organizations.
Non-profit organizations strive to make the world a little better. Whether they work to save orphaned and sick animals, clothe or house the homeless, or provide after-school programs to at-risk communities, these organizations serve a purpose beyond the bottom line.
There is a lot of confusion about the need for various types of nonprofit insurance and how the coverage relates to volunteer protection laws. It’s confusing—especially when you take into account both federal and individual state laws. So, let’s delve in to what actually relates to your nonprofit and those who serve your organization.
Nothing is more confusing than an insurance policy with all of its perplexing legal terminology; even after reading your policy you might not understand what is covered and how. Continue reading to find out about the most basic insurance coverage, general liability insurance. We’ll help clarify what you should have in your policy, why you […]