Businesses understand that they face many risks associated with the type of work they do. Different insurance coverages help manage and reduce risks that threaten the financial health of their companies. Nonprofits and volunteer organizations also face similar risks related to operations. Think about the many volunteers that help you with the communities that you serve. You need to protect them as well as your organizations from the exposures that can result in claims, damages and serious financial losses.
Protecting Your Volunteers
A comprehensive individual volunteer insurance approach can offer several benefits to your organization:
- Nonprofit risk management
- Reduction in volunteer risk engagement
- Volunteer vehicle operation training
- Discount health insurance
- Background screening
- Outsourcing support
The purpose of your nonprofit isn’t to make money, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t significant organizational exposures that could bring things to a crashing halt, especially if claims and lawsuits are involved.
Volunteering With Confidence
Organizations like yours help make the world go around, and your volunteers are the greatest assets. Don’t leave these people unprotected. Choose a volunteer-specific risk management plan that frees you to focus on what matters most to you and the people that support you. Make sure to go with a provider that truly understands the specific issues to your association.