Certainty in Uncertain Times
A Nonprofit’s Guide to Risk Management and Small Business Insurance

Conclusion

As the owner of a nonprofit or social services organization, you help improve the lives of others. And because so many individuals count on your efforts, you need a business protection plan that ensures your organization can survive unexpected setbacks. This includes securing adequate insurance, mitigating your risk of losing your 501(c) status, and properly training your volunteers.

If you have any questions about small business insurance for your nonprofit organization, an insureon agent will be happy to help.

Quick Resources

AM Best Insurance Provider Ratings Tool New browser window icon.

Center for Nonprofit Excellence’s Conflicts of Interest Toolkit New browser window icon. [PDF]

Federal Government Healthcare Website for Small Businesses New browser window icon.

Insurance Journal Website New browser window icon.

insureon’s Guide to Business Interruption Insurance [video] New browser window icon.

insureon’s Workers’ Compensation Insurance Laws by the State New browser window icon.

Kaiser Family Foundation’s Subsidy Calculator New browser window icon.

News Stories and Articles Mentioned in this eBook

Our Shared Resources Website New browser window icon.

State Law Nonprofit Audit Requirements New browser window icon.

Tort Liability Costs for Small Businesses New browser window icon. [PDF]

Volunteer Protection Act of 1997 New browser window icon. [PDF]

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