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What brokers are saying:
“NIA has been a great carrier partner for many of our nonprofits and a go-to carrier for our agency.”
“As a nonprofit serving other nonprofits, NIA has a unique perspective of what is needed from an insurance carrier. This allows NIA to fill a void in the insurance marketplace by offering coverage packages and additional support services tailored specifically for the nonprofits they serve.”
“Time and again, NIA has been there to help protect nonprofits. Their policies set the standard for nonprofit coverage. As a broker exclusively serving the nonprofit community, NIA is an incredible resource to us and our clients.”
“Nonprofits Insurance Alliance fills a unique value gap as a tax-exempt insurer with a mission to serve, rather than to make money for shareholders. NIA has been a beacon for nonprofits in turbulent market cycles, while providing the underwriting stability charitable organizations so desperately need.
A purpose-built specialist, NIA understands diverse nonprofit risk profiles and has crafted the products and services to address them. As a Catalyst for the Greater Good, we’re kindred partners!”
Your questions answered.
Great job on making it this far. Have some final questions? Here are the top questions NIA hears from brokers. There’s more where this came from, too.
Yes! In fact, NIA writes many organizations that are just starting out.
Just confirm you’ve applied for your organization's 501(c)(3) status by submitting to NIA a copy of your completed application and proof of payment to the IRS.
Note: You will be required to have your 501(c)(3) status within one year of purchasing coverage.
Yes. Nonprofits Insurance Alliance (NIA) is conservatively reinsured by a group of highly rated reinsurers.
There are many different types of nonprofit organizations, but only federally tax-exempt 501(c)(3) nonprofits qualify for membership with Nonprofits Insurance Alliance (NIA).
NIA insures many types of nonprofits. Find out more about NIA's appetite.
If you've got a brand-new nonprofit, or if you're thinking about starting one and just doing research for your budget, you may be interested in the minimum annual premiums for all the insurance coverage that NIA offers.
Your insurance quote will most likely differ, as your premium will be entirely defined by your nonprofit’s own level of risk.
Note: These minimum numbers are provided for informational purposes only.