Fighting for nonprofits in Congress.
The Nonprofit Property Protection Act (NPPA) would strengthen the nonprofit sector by allowing nonprofits to provide insurance coverage to other nonprofits that commercial insurance companies won’t.
NIA is currently working with child service providers’ advocates to help protect nonprofits serving all vulnerable populations through contracts with the state government for health, human, and welfare services.
The bill will reduce unfair burden-shifting from the state onto nonprofits and will limit nonprofits’ liability to the same limit as the state to ensure continued services for vulnerable populations.
Recent advocacy posts:
The Missouri Department of Commerce & Industry sent a survey to see if insurers are offering coverages nonprofits need. Too little, too late.
Determined to maintain control over a market they don’t even want, NAMIC is working with regulators to kneecap nonprofits.
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.