Not for Profit
We arrange insurance and risk programs that empower not for profit and charitable associations to reach their business goals, and make a difference to the future of our community.
Fuelled by increased government red tape, and also a greater awareness of legal rights among the general public, the operational risks faced by not-for-profit organisations and their key people has grown substantially in recent years.
As a not for profit organisation there are a number of assets you need to protect:
Any threat to these assets can represent a significant risk to your organisation, but it is not just Not-for-profit organisations which face increasingly complex risks. Board members and senior managers can be held personally accountable for their actions or failure to act in certain circumstances.
The manifestation of an uninsured risk could seriously jeopardise the health of your organisation, and inhibit your ability to focus on what is most important, working towards fulfilling your core mission. Having the right insurance program in place is a critical component of managing the day-to-day operational risks of a not for profit association.
Whitbread Insurance Brokers can develop a solution to protect your assets, liabilities and most importantly, your people.
Let us take care of your risks so that you can focus on planning for the future with greater certainty.
We provide solutions for:
Part of the solution
Our business focus is to continually meet the diverse and changing insurance needs of our clients whilst our social focus is to channel our profits in ways that allows others to flourish.
We established the Whitbread Foundation to support programs that break the cycle of poverty and ill health for the disadvantaged through education.
Since 2011, the Whitbread Insurance Group has donate over $1,500,000 to the charities it supports.
We are in a unique position to make a difference and we accept that responsibility. This is why we established the Whitbread Foundation - to provide help and create opportunities for people and communities in need.
While both changes are important to note, the change in the Act that will affect your premium, and be of greatest concern come July 1, will be the broadened ‘property type’ definition.
A tarnished reputation has the potential to reduce the number of individuals that trust, and are willing to donate to a NFP. Given the heavy reliance most NFPs have on donor contributions, as well as the fierce competition in attracting donor dollars, a cyber breach, coupled with possible legal action...