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From accidents involving volunteers or fundraising event visitors to allegations of wrongdoing against trustees, we understand that your organisation requires specialist cover. That’s why we make it easy to run a not for profit insurance comparison online, giving you quick quotes from a range of leading insurers.
Public liability can cover costs up to £5 million if someone is injured or their property is damaged because of your organisation.
Protecting you against costs of up to £10 million, employers' liability insurance is usually a legal requirement if you have staff or volunteers. It covers scenarios where someone falls ill or is injured while working for you.
Does your charity have trustees? You may also need trustee liability insurance.Start your quote
Simply Business provides cover for a wide range of not for profit organisations, including:
There’s a lot to be gained from giving your time and effort to a great cause. If you run a small charitable organisation you’ll also know that it comes with a unique set of risks. That’s where public liability insurance and employers' liability insurance can come in handy.
If your organisation is a sports club or society, you might want to consider taking out sports club insurance. Accidents and injuries can easily happen when sporting activities are involved, so it’s worth protecting your organisation against the cost of legal fees and compensation payments.
Running a youth club, community arts group or residents’ association is a great way to give back to your community, but it’s not without its risks. Taking out community group insurance can give you peace of mind, covering you for things like accidents involving volunteers or allegations against trustees.
Public liability insurance and employers' liability insurance are usually fundamental covers for not for profit organisations. If you have trustees, you may also need trustee liability insurance.
The price of your nonprofit insurance policy will depend on the types and level of cover you choose. Running a quick quote online is the best way to get an idea of how much your policy might cost.
In most cases you’ll be required by law to have insurance for your nonprofit organisation if you have employees or volunteers working for you. This essential cover type is employers’ liability insurance. While not a legal requirement, trustee liability and public liability cover are also worth considering.
As a not for profit, you need to be following rules – these include health and safety regulations, as well as risk assessments. And if your organisation works with children or vulnerable adults, you need to carry out Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) checks on your employees and volunteers. Find out more at our nonprofit FAQ.
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