There are many different types of nonprofit organizations, but only 501(c)(3) federally tax-exempt nonprofits qualify for membership with the Nonprofits Insurance Alliance.
A 501(c)(3) organization provides charitable, religious, scientific, literary, or educational services to the public, and is an organization which qualifies for tax-deductible donations. Some examples include: Community Centers, Senior Programs, Counseling Centers, Daycare and Youth Programs, Homeless Services, Hospices, Foster Family Agencies, Group Homes, Drug and Alcohol Recovery, Animal Rescue, Environmental Programs, Residential Programs, Arts and Theatre Groups and many more.
Operated by and for 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations, the Nonprofits Insurance Alliance is an ideal example of the power of nonprofits working together. We are constantly amazed at the dedication, creativity, and entrepreneurship we encounter when we visit our members.
NIA serves a broad array of 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations with valuable programs and services supporting youth, the disadvantaged, elderly, and countless others. With far less respect than they deserve for their professionalism and innovation, these organizations serve all of us – body, mind and spirit – and work tirelessly to enrich and protect our communities, all living creatures, and our planet.
Today, nonprofits are facing cutbacks in government funding, grants and contributions while the need for their services increases. We are proud to be associated with the organizations that make up this important sector and do our best to support their efforts by providing them with appropriate insurance coverages and risk management tools to protect their organizations and their clients.