The dedicated, responsive team brokers expect.
When you’re partnering with an insurance provider to find the best coverages for your nonprofit clients, you expect quick turnaround and a dedicated, responsive team. You expect knowledgeable underwriters, with the expertise to answer any concerns regarding your clients’ unique operations.
And above all else, you expect policies that are meticulously crafted to the specialized needs of your clients, so that they continue to renew.
If these aren’t your expectations, Nonprofits Insurance Alliance® (NIA) is prepared to raise them. Your Broker Services team is available to answer any questions about NIA:
- Products, programs, and services
- How NIA operates
- Your designated Underwriting team
- Any inquiries you may have about NIA’s coverages and the wider nonprofit sector.
Whether you’ve had little experience with nonprofits or have worked with the 501(c)(3) sector for years, NIA is here to simplify the process.
Your Liaison with Underwriting
NIA formed at a time of crisis when commercial insurers routinely denied coverage to nonprofits, and NIA continues to cover 501(c)(3) organizations that commercial insurers are inclined to deny.
For those organizations and for all NIA members, the Broker Services team ensures that your experience with the Underwriting team meets and exceeds your expectations.
Helping You Grow
Receiving commission payments to grow your business is effortless through the simple, timely process of NIA’s Electronic Funds Transfer. To set this up:
- Simply log in to the Broker Portal on the NIA website
- Then go to Broker Overview/Summary
- There, supply your banking information for quick and easy bi-monthly commission payments
Contact NIA for secure website navigation and support.
NIA provides leads, sales tools, growth
planning, and co-marketing opportunities
for appointed brokers.
NIA’s Broker Portal provides a convenient way to find any information about your clients.
From the Broker Portal, you can access sales tools, activity reports, member usage reports, and more.
Learn everything you need to know about doing business with NIA, which includes Nonprofits Insurance Alliance of California® (NIAC) and Alliance of Nonprofits for Insurance, Risk Retention Group® (ANI).
This training reviews the coverages we offer, the types of nonprofits NIA does and doesn’t write, submission requirements, underwriting service standards, claims handling, and the free and discounted services for members.
Appointments and Administration
Along with coordinating broker visits, your Broker Services team helps with new appointment inquiries and setting up direct appointments, as well as with adding, deleting, and updating contacts.
NIA also processes Broker of Records in the event of mergers and acquisitions, render production reports, and update licensing and E&O.
As in any ideal partnership, communication with NIA is ongoing, so there are always opportunities for you to reach out with any concerns or questions.
NIA’s Broker Quarterly keeps you updated on policy changes; the free and deeply discounted resources available for your clients; and other pertinent information about insurance and the nonprofit sector.
What You’ve Told NIA
NIA is the first and only 501(c)(3) organization to provide property and liability insurance exclusively to 501(c)(3) nonprofits.
In addition to a high rate of renewal (95 percent in 2022), NIA has been known among insurance agencies to provide outstanding service to all brokers with whom it does business.
NIA knows first-hand that serving the nonprofit sector is an invaluable experience, and works to assist partners finding policies that help their nonprofit clients continue their essential work and renew again, year after year.
For decades, NIA has insured nonprofits, and provided marketing programs to connect brokers to their nonprofit clients.
NIA is here to address all of the questions and concerns that arise during the processes of submitting, revising, and renewing applications.
“I want to thank you for the hard work you did on the renewal for our customer. I know it was a last-minute renewal; the client is starting a new school and was unable to get the paperwork returned before the needed date. So, again, THANK you!”— Kelly Grant, Church & Casualty
“You continue to provide outstanding service to us despite our relentless requests! And we continue to thank you for your patience while we do our best to get through the nonprofit busy season. We appreciate you so much, truly!”— Lindsey Salee, Colorado Nonprofit
Insurance Agency, Inc.
“I wanted to give some insurance LOVE to NIA and our team on winning this account. Great team effort! This insured came to us via NIA web referral. They were impressed with the member services NIA offers.”— Monique Goch, Ann Arbor
Insurance Centre, Inc.
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.