Nonprofit organization thrives after shaky start | Earthquake Memories
October 17, 2019On Oct. 17, 1989 I was celebrating the end of two years of exhausting work to raise $1.3 million, create the organizational structure and hire staff and consultants to create Nonprofits Insurance Alliance by getting a haircut.
We had just moved our brand new computers (word processors really) into 2,800 square feet in the second story of a building on Cedar Street. I was on 41st Avenue in my car on my way to the haircut and the surface of the street in front of me started rolling like waves in the ocean. The huge pine trees on the side of the street were swaying side to side and large pine cones were pelting my car. I turned around and headed back to my apartment on Pearl Street.
Nonprofits Insurance Alliance (NIA) Announces Support for Legislation to Protect Nonprofits
October 2, 2019Congressman Green Leads Effort to Protect Nonprofits Across the Nation by Introducing Legislation (H.R. 4523) in the 116th Congress with 6 Original Cosponsors.– Bill Fixes a Problem Impacting Many Community-based NonprofitsSanta Cruz, Oct. 02, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Nonprofits Insurance Alliance (NIA), the leader in insurance and risk management for the 501(c)(3) nonprofits sector, today announced its support for H.R. 4523, the Nonprofit Property Protection Act (NPPA). Sponsored by Congressman Al Green of Texas, with 6 original cosponsors, the legislation was introduced in the 116th Congress after public hearings on the challenges small nonprofit organizations–the vast majority of nonprofits–face in finding affordable insurance that meets their specialized needs.
Nonprofits Insurance Alliance (NIA) Awarded the Training Center of theYear for Defensive Driving by National Safety Council (NSC)
September 9, 2019
Every year, the NSC Defensive Driving Team recognizes training centers for the most drivers trained in NSC programs. National Safety Council is the nation’s leading safety advocate, working to eliminate preventable deaths at work, in homes and communit …
18 States and DC Are Extending Statutes of Limitations for Child Sex Abuse Victims
September 3, 2019
In state after state, lawmakers are reconsidering laws that barred victims from suing, and instead are opening the possibility of new lawsuits for abuses that occurred decades ago. http://news.ambest.com/articlecontent.aspx?AltSrc=104&RefNum=288760
CQ Roll Call: Risk retention groups should have clear motives, analysts say
August 2, 2019
About 460 risk retention groups have been created since 1986 and about 240 of them have gone out of business, AM Best Associate Director Fred Eslami said during a July 30 webinar hosted by the firm. “The right reason for setting up a risk retention gro …