Insurance experts and brokers share how your nonprofit can avoid common mistakes nonprofits make when it comes to insurance so you can focus on doing what you do best — serving your community.
You have insurance to minimize your nonprofit's risk. As your nonprofit changes, don't forget to regularly review and update your policies.
Inaccessible websites are increasingly being targeted as violations of disability accommodation laws. Is your nonprofit's website at risk?
Boys & Girls Clubs want insurance that fits, from an insurer that wants to work with them, understands them, and enhances their mission.
Commercial General Liability (CGL) insurance coverage falls into two policy categories: occurrence-based and claims-made. What do these terms mean to your nonprofit? Which is best for your nonprofit? For nonprofits, occurrence-based policies are almost always a better option, because they give you more protection and fixed-costs.
Nonprofits rely on volunteers. Here's some tools and resources your nonprofit can adopt to help you effectively and safely manage your volunteer programs.
NIA CEO Pamela Davis explores how insurance companies often use social inflation myths as a means to keep coverage costs high for nonprofits.
Nonprofits must protect against improper sexual conduct and physical abuse via pre-employment screening, training, and appropriate coverage.
The best way to understand why insurance is important to nonprofits is to understand to consequences of not having it.
The appetite of some for-profit commercial carriers change from time to time for financial reasons. The bottom line can be tough to manage.
Increased statutes of limitations, the #MeToo movement, and social inflation of jury awards affect the availability and cost of insurance.
You need to make sure you’re not being forced to cover someone else’s liability because of onerous contract language.