A well-organised fundraising event should have everything in place to avoid accidents and injuries. But if the worse should happen, you’ll want to make sure you’re adequately insured. Mike Rush, Head of Charity at specialist charity insurance broker, Towergate Insurance, suggests four key questions that will help you get the right cover with the least stress.
When your charity is running a fundraising event, however big or small, having the right insurance in place is vital. Your charity and its trustees have a duty of care to its employees, volunteers, participants and members of the public. Different rules apply depending on the type of event and who’s involved, so it’s important to make sure you’re clear on the details of your policy – and your suppliers. Here are four key things to consider:
1) Have you checked the terms of your insurance policy for this specific event? Many insurance policies…
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