Insurance & Risk
The Charity Commission’s Charities and Insurance Guide (CC49) gives an overview on why and in which situations charities will need insurance. It covers insurance for trustees, volunteers, public liability insurance and more.
The Cabinet Office has published a free guide to help small charities organise and run voluntary and community events. It includes information on planning, acquiring licenses, keeping participants safe and insurance.
This guide provides the framework for a risk assessment process to be used in your organisation. It will help you to recognise existing control activity that is managing risks and identifying gaps where you need to do more.
Charity trustees are responsible for ensuring that those benefiting from, or working with, their charity are not harmed in any way through contact with it. This is the updated guidance on safeguarding of children and young people.
Access Insurance Services are Chartered Insurance Brokers. As specialists in the charity, church and non-profits areas, they act for over 15,000 UK organisations. Acting on social enterprise principles they aim to donate �500,000 back to charity each year, by 2025.
Ansvar are a charity-owned insurer who give a proportion of their profits back to charity each year. Their products are specifically designed for non-profits and can be tailored to meet individual needs and budgets.
Hettle Andrews is a Chartered independent risk management and commercial insurance broker. Using our expertise in the Charity sector, we have developed a fully integrated solution called ONE, offering specialist insurance with all of your health and safety needs.
The Fraud Advisory Panel provides practical advice and guidance for charities and donors on how to prevent, detect and respond to fraud. As well as offering free factsheets on fraud-related subjects, it provides links to organisation that can help with specific issues .