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Organization for Your Organization.

Non-profit status doesn't equal immunity. In fact, your liabilities may be as numerous and complex as any corporation's.

For true protection, you'll need an organized, comprehensive plan that covers every gap, fills every loophole, and leaves no stone unturned.

If shows, conferences, and conventions generate large portions of your revenue, consider Event Cancellation Insurance that goes beyond the standard issue.

If you maintain a Web site or newsletter, consider Publisher's Liability Coverage that protects against claims of defamation, libel, and trademark infringement.

Most not-for-profit organizations don't have deep pockets. And through a single insurance gap, years of hard work can come undone. That's why we're here. To help you navigate the world of Directors and Officers Coverage, Special Events Coverage, Volunteer Protection, and more.

When it comes to non-profit insurance, there is no off-the-shelf product. Every organization has different preferences and needs. It's why we make custom relationships our number one priority. One of you. One of us.

Risk Management

As added value, Andersen provides contractual risk transfer seminars and materials that help non-profit organizations implement effective risk management programs. We explain:

  • The Necessity of Contractual Risk Transfer
    • Indemnification Clauses
    • Landlord/Tenant leases
    • Independent Contractors/Non Profit Entity
    • Author/Non Profit Entity
  • The Benefits of Informed Decision Making When Transferring Financial Risk
    • General Liability
    • Umbrella
    • Workers Compensation and Volunteers
    • Directors and Officers Liability
    • Liquor Legal Liability
    • Event Cancellation
    • Publishers Liability
    • International Liability
  • Disaster Recovery and International Travel/Exposure Planning

Loss Scenario
Coverage Denial Results in Demand Letter >>

Loss Scenario
Creditors Sue Directors and Officers >>

Loss Scenario
A CEO's Fraud >>