Charity insurance is a combination of policies designed to protect small charities, local community groups and nonprofit organisations from risks and claims. You can adapt your insurance package to suit the needs of your sector by adding extra policies and increasing your cover for certain circumstances.
There are many risks that a charity should be financially protected against. From a volunteer becoming injured, or a visitor suffering property damage - you should always be prepared for accidents.
The following insurance policies are most commonly taken out by charities, but whether or not they make up the right package for you depends upon the type of charity you operate:
The amount of cover you need depends on your charity’s sector and size - you can find this out by going through a quote with us
If your charity has a board of trustees, they may require an additional level of cover due to the extra risks that come with fulfilling a higher-level role.
It’s a legal requirement to have employers’ liability insurance, if your charity employs staff or volunteers. With this policy, you’ll be protected against claims related to staff injury or illness.
To ensure your charity is abiding by the law, you must:
Without employers’ liability cover, you could be fined as much as £2,500 a day.
Protect your organisation now - call us on 0800 970 0077 Our experts will compare quotes from the specialist panel of trusted insurers and adapt your insurance to suit the needs of your charity.