The size and nature of charities vary dramatically from small groups of volunteers providing a local service to multi million pound research organisations employing large numbers of staff.

Whatever the size of the charity or type of work they are involved in they tend to have insurance requirements that extend beyond the usual covers required by business and commerce. Risk exposures associated with charities that need to be considered may include liability implications associated with the reliance on volunteers, fund raising activities, exposure to individuals with health, drug and alcohol related problems that may result in malpractice and abuse issues and geographical considerations where workers are operating in underprivileged and / or dangerous areas.

We are able to design bespoke insurance programmes for charities providing them with a professional yet personal service.

Typical examples of charitable organisations or group would include:-

  • Educational trusts
  • Pressure groups
  • Support groups
  • Aid agencies
  • Animal welfare
  • Conservation groups
  • Friendship associations
  • Livery companies
  • Care and nursing homes
  • Domiciliary care
  • Hospices
  • Supported living and sheltered accommodation
  • Hostels and refuge centres
  • Schools and colleges
  • Village halls
  • International aid
  • Religious orders
  • Museums and theatres
  • Charity shops
  • Outreach
  • Child welfare
  • Protecting people and assets.

If you would like us to obtain a quotation for your consideration please complete the “Request a Quote” form or alternatively contact us by email or telephone in order that an appointment can be made to discuss your particular requirements.