It’s commonplace to host many social and fundraising events for a business as it’s the best way to raise awareness of your brand, but you should always be properly insured against any potential risk or claims made against you.
Cyber attacks can happen to any business in the UK, it’s vital that your charity organisation is protected against all physical and digital risks. Imagine if someone hacked into your charity website, social media accounts, or computers - could this affect your reputation or business?
Finding the right village halls insurance that suits your various needs can be a challenge, especially if you have a committee. Where there’s responsibility, there’s potentially a legal liability in your organisation.
In recent years, it’s become a growing trend for people to partake in charity fundraisers that push their comfort zone - in terms of fitness and destination! Fundraising challenges have now crossed overseas with events such as trekking through the Egyptian desert, parachute jumping from a plane in New Zealand, and cycling through France all quickly becoming the norm on social media.
Working in the agricultural sector can pose many challenges. We understand that no two farms are alike, but whatever the circumstances in your farm, we will ensure that you have the correct insurance cover in place.
Wednesday the 5th of September marks the International Day of Charity! The day was first declared in 2012 to raise awareness, and provide a platform for charities to get their mission across to new and existing supporters. On this day many charities across the globe show their thanks and sing praises for the support they have received, whilst also emphasising the difference that people’s continued support makes to their establishment.