Five Steps to Maximizing a Nonprofit's Insurance Coverage


Matching the potential risks faced by a nonprofit organization with its insurance policies can challenge even seasoned executives. Policies often employ arcane, confusing language. The diversity of nonprofit organizations defies a one-size-fits-all mentality. Significant shifts in priorities, as well as new programs and activities, may require shifts in insurance coverage. And let’s be honest—few people start or go to work for a nonprofit because they yearn to monitor insurance issues.

Based on our experience counseling nonprofit organizations, we have identified the following five fundamental steps that can maximize the effectiveness of insurance policies without diverting too many resources. If missed, however, these steps can result in uncertainty and uninsured risk.

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