Charity Insurance

As a community broker, we have developed a close understanding of the Third Sector. Under the expert guidance of Simon Bradwick, we advise many high profile charitable concerns on risk and insurance solutions with an innate understanding of the third sector and the support of a panel of insurers a compelling combination.

The development and growth of the charity and social sector presents insurers with unique challenges to protect organisations from the increasing risk exposures.

In considering the insurer selection, our experienced team looks for insurer continuity, a bespoke policy wording for the agreed insurance program, whilst assisting with risk management and delivering on claims management. Our insurer partner strategy in the third sector is open to fit you with your demands and needs, and includes:

  • Ecclesiastical
  • Aviva
  • RSA
  • Travelers
  • Chubb
  • Zurich
  • Hiscox
  • Chartis
  • Markel

In addition we act exclusively in Wales for CaSE Insurance, an insurance facility part owned by the NCVO.

Thomas Carroll, after a comprehensive review and assessment of your activities and operations can provide a comprehensive protection programme for our customers with a solution which offers all-embracing insurance cover. Policy covers include:

  • Property / Material Damage
  • Business Interruption
  • Employers Liability
  • Public & Products Liability
  • Group Personal Accident
  • Motor Fleet
  • Trustees Indemnity
  • Professional Indemnity
  • Medical Malpractice
  • Abuse
  • Fidelity Guarantee
  • Engineering Breakdown & Inspection
  • Commercial Legal Expenses

 

We would be delighted to discuss your Charity Insurance requirements further.  As a first step, please submit your details and brief requirements below. We will then make early contact to deal with your request.

Alternatively call us on 02920 887 733

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