CaSE Insurance is an insurance provider that caters solely for charities, social enterprises and other not-for-profit organisations. Established by National Council for Voluntary Organisation (NCVO) and Bates Wells Braithwaite (BWB) with a mandate to provide suitable and competitive insurance to a sector that wasn’t adequately catered for by the insurance industry, CaSE now insures over 4000 voluntary organisations and social enterprises across the UK.
CaSE’s insurance products cater specifically for the need of charities and similar organisations. For example, CaSE Insurance provides automatic cover for a wide range a range of charity events; CaSE Charity Insurance also insures volunteers as if they were staff.
In addition to providing insurance, CaSE’s team of underwriters are experienced in working with charities and social enterprises. This means that they understand the risks that charities face and they can help advise on how to manage these risks and what insurance might be appropriate. Having access to this expertise and experience is very beneficial to charities.
CaSE Insurance provides access to its own suite of charity risk management tools and resources, available to all on their website; CaSE Insurance clients have an additional benefit, which is access to a library of general tools, guides, resources and templates to help manage their organisation.
All charities and social enterprises are invited to enquire about a risk and insurance review with CaSE Insurance. This offer involves:
- a briefing on your charities activities
- a review of your current risk management processes
- a review of your current insurance arrangements, including cover and premium and
- a discussion about where improvements can be made,
- a quotation to see if you can save money on your insurance premium or get more effective cover through CaSE Charity Insurance.
To enquire about a free charity risk and insurance review, please contact Elaine Denny at CaSE Insurance on 0333 800 9838 or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org. You can read more about CaSE’s Charity Insurance on their website.