Insurance advice for the Third Sector is in our DNA. We’ve been arranging insurance for Trusts, Charities and Community Groups for as long as we have been in business.
Throughout the years at Greenwood Moreland Insurance Brokers, we have worked hard to develop our strong reputation for managing the insurance requirements of the charity and ‘Not for Profit’ sector.
Organisations within this sector have evolved considerably throughout our time in the industry, but we have grown and adapted to make sure that we are always well placed to assist you with identifying and protecting against the numerous and varying risks that exist today.
We represent a number of charities throughout the UK; ranging from small voluntary groups to large charitable organisations. Our knowledge and experience in dealing with this class of business enable our team to provide the most appropriate, bespoke, and ultimately effective solutions for your charity.
Regardless of the client, our goal is always to work closely with you to understand your individual aims and activities. Once we get to know the ins and outs of your organisation, we can arrange the most appropriate and cost-effective cover available in the market.
The charity insurance market was once the preserve of just a handful of willing insurers. However, recent years have seen the strategy of many insurers change. This shift has brought about a busier and more diverse marketplace for Charity Insurance customers. Our role is to guide you through this market and source the most appropriate and dependable supplier for your charity’s needs.
Some specialist products we handle in this sector include:
- Bespoke Charity & Community Group package policies
- Charity Shops
- Trustee Indemnity
- Professional Indemnity
- Special Events
- Minibuses/Business Car
Contact us today to discuss your Charity insurance requirements with a member of our team. Either give us a call on 01698 456 500 or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The above product information is a guide only. Please ensure that you take time to review your specific policy coverage paying particular attention to any warranties, conditions and exclusions that may apply.