High Umbrella Limits Are A Big Liability

High limits of umbrella put a rich target on nonprofits and invite plaintiff attorneys to go hunting for disgruntled clients.

2023 Nonprofit Photo Contest Winners

This year's photo contest theme was Mission First. More than 700 nonprofits in 38 states participated — and generated more than 23,000 votes!

Protecting Your Community From Impacts of the Climate Crisis

As climate change brings about more extreme weather patterns, nonprofits need to prepare to help one another in times of severe heat or cold.

Workplace Violence on the Rise: What You Can Do to Protect Your Nonprofit

As workplace shootings rise, nonprofits should implement policies that keep workplaces safe from threats and violent behavior.

The Public Shaming of Nonprofits

Nonprofits can prepare to protect themselves and rebut claims from the media of inefficient spending.

2022 Nonprofit Photo Contest Winners

This year's photo contest theme was Making a Better World, and we want to thank the more than 650 nonprofits in 36 states who participated — and generated more than 19,000 votes! You are truly making a better world!

Insurance Regulators Unaware of Insurance Market Failure for Nonprofits

Congress can solve nonprofits insurance access issues now. Make sure your nonprofit never faces the stress of searching for insurance again.

Myths About Social Inflation Harm Community-based Nonprofits

NIA CEO Pamela Davis explores how insurance companies often use social inflation myths as a means to keep coverage costs high for nonprofits.

What the 100th Anniversary of the Ratification of the 19th Amendment Means Today

Local advocates are what forced a number of states to recognize a woman’s right to vote prior to the ratification of the 19th Amendment, creating the groundswell to affect federal change.