Nonprofit Driver Safety Program

Does your nonprofit have a driver safety program? In a recent blog, Driver's Education for your Nonprofit's Vehicles and Volunteers, we discussed the type of insurance policies needed to protect your organization's volunteers, employees, and the vehicles driven by each. Today, we discuss putting together a driver's safety program for your organization. Did you know the [...]

Nonprofit Auto Insurance

Driver's Education for your Nonprofit's Vehicles and Volunteers If your nonprofit operates like most, you have volunteers driving around fulfilling the mission of your nonprofit either in their personal vehicles or one owned, leased, or rented by your organization. Have you considered whether your nonprofit auto insurance policy covers those drivers or those that [...]

Nonprofit Insurance – What types do you need to consider?

A nonprofit is a business like no other - its objective is not to turn a profit. They reinvest back into their mission and their community. Profit or not, nonprofits are corporations and should, administratively, be run as such. As a corporation, it’s important to have insurance coverage that protects the mission of the organization [...]

Free Workshop – Preventing Child Sexual Abuse Through Timely Reporting

Free WebinarThe Insurance Connection is proud to partner with GuideOne Insurance. GuideOne Insurance, a leading insurer of churches and nonprofits, is offering a free webinar Preventing Child Sexual Abuse Through Timely Reporting. The webinar is Tuesday, April 27th at 1:30 p.m. The one-hour webinar will cover the following:Changes in the law in regards to reportingKnowing [...]

Insuring Your Church

Churches aren’t just for Sunday worship. Many churches open their doors to the community seven days a week offering daycare, bible studies, youth programs, and community meetings. While these activities serve your congregation and the members of the community well, they also lead to increased risks of fire, theft, and misconduct which can wreak havoc [...]

National Reading Month

March is National Reading Month. Reading proficiency by the end of 3rd grade is a critical milestone toward graduation and success. Learn more about the Cobb Collaborative's Building Blocks for Families campaign to provide children access to the tools they need to succeed in literacy and life. The Insurance Connection is proud to participate in an awareness [...]

Cyber Security in the Nonprofit World

Cyber Liability. Whether we like it or not, we live in a digital world, and for better or worse, COVID-19 accelerated the digital movement. This has brought cyber security to the forefront of people’s minds. We conduct much of our lives online; buying groceries, scheduling curbside pickups, and paying bills. Our children even go to [...]

5 Tips for Marketing in 2021 for your Small Business / Nonprofit / Church

Does your small business / nonprofit / church have marketing goals for the new year? 2020 redesigned the way organizations interact with their client base. OutboundEngine gives 5 suggestions for marketing your organization in 2021 for any size budget. The five steps are listed below. Use video to stay connected.Add live chat to your website.Make sure [...]

Fundraising for Rural Nonprofits

Fundraising for Rural Nonprofits My nonprofit is in a poor, rural community. What type of fundraisers work well in areas like this? Ask. The basic step of fundraising is to start from within and work out. Start with your Board and ask them to write a letter requesting donations from 5-10 of their family and [...]

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Protecting Your Nonprofit from Sexual Misconduct

Protecting Your Nonprofit from Sexual MisconductDoes your nonprofit have safeguards in place to help prevent sexual misconduct?Over the weekend, 76 people were arrested and 13 children were rescued or identified as victims during Operation Southern Impact II.  One of the alleged perpetrators was a nonprofit employee and another was a pastor. Sometimes the folks we [...]

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