7 Amazingly Common Sense Insurance Principles for Nonprofits

Yes. These principles are amazing. And they are common sense. But they aren’t always obvious. You also will not find these 7 principles here in this blog post (although with enough patience and searching, you’ll find the principles discussed throughout the Nonprofit Insurance Blog). You have to click here to go over to the blog at […]

Why the Names on Your Policies Matter

What’s in a name? Would an insurance policy in any other name but your nonprofit’s still protect your nonprofit? Do the names in your additional insured endorsements matter? Would your policy be any fairer if you did not willy-nilly add every Tom, Dick, or Harry to your policy as additional insureds on a primary, noncontributory […]

Lean into the Tension and Trust the Process

If you’ve never listened to Brian Koppelman’s podcast, you should (It’s called The Moment with Brian Koppelman). Koppelman is a screenwriter (of Rounders and Oceans 13 fame) who will be coming out with a new show on Showtime called Billions. But this post isn’t a Wikipedia entry on the guy. Go to Wikipedia for that. […]

For All Moms and Those Who Serve as Moms…

Thank you. You worry more than you technically need to. But you can’t help it. You do more than you need to. But you can’t help it. You let yourself fall down too far on your own list of priorities. But you can’t help it. You volunteer. You fret. You make plans for fun stuff. […]

How Much Do Nonprofit D&O Policies Cost?

Did you really think I was going to give a specific number? I will say that if you’re a startup nonprofit with relatively innocuous operations, then your policy will qualify for minimum premiums which range from $600 to $900, depending on the nonprofit directors and officers insurance carrier. Here are some factors that go into […]

Nonprofit Risk Management Resource: Hasselhoff, Sizzler, and Laughter

For a break in my normal programming… There are other lessons I could pull from these two videos, but even I, as an insurance pro, is not always in the mood to identify and break down risks.   If I had to pinpoint one risk between the two of them, it is the risk of being […]