U.S. nonprofits are struggling to obtain affordable risk coverage due to limited options available in the market. Mainstream carriers aren't wanting to underwrite the risk, and legal limitations are hindering other nonprofit insurance groups from entering the market.
New York Gov. Kathy Hochul recently signed legislation which will allow out-of-state risk retention groups (RRGs) to write auto insurance coverage to NY nonprofits.
In this interview, Pamela Davis discusses consious leadership on The Nonprofit Lab podcast.
Insurance experts, including NIA CEO Pamela Davis, weigh in on Florida Bill 516, under consideration by the Florida legislature.
Established as one of the leaders in child welfare in Florida, the Children’s Home Society of Florida found partnership in having NIA as its insurance carrier.
Sun Ministries, a Missouri-based community service nonprofit, shares the difficulties it's faced securing property insurance in the communities it serves, an wide-ranging issue affecting nonprofits across the country.
In part two of a series, Risk & Insurance reporter Emma Brenner explores how insurance coverage through NIA helped a mental health nonprofit in Oregon keep its doors open to the community it serves.
Two NIA colleagues were instrumental in the successful efforts to get legislation passed in Pennsylvania to help vulnerable children.
Risk & Insurance profiles Anne Grady Services, and how partnering with NIA has helped them avoid overpaying for coverage, maintain the level of community services provided, and ensure stable employment and benefits for their employees.
Risk & Insurance has partnered with NIA for a series focusing on how nonprofits struggle to find coverage in the commercial insurance space.
In Part 2 with NIA Chief Experience Officer Melissa Dalske, take a deeper dive into several insurance topics related to nonprofits.
Melissa Dalske, Chief Experience Officer at Nonprofits Insurance Alliance, talks about the backstop to good risk management, which is appropriate insurance coverage.