Community group insurance
Specialist cover for community and voluntary groups from as little as £6 a month
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Frequently asked questions
Is community group insurance a legal requirement?
If you have employees within your group, employer’s liability insurance is a legal requirement. You’re not legally required to have public liability insurance, though it is recommended if you’re a business owner. The legal cost could be insurmountable if a successful claim is made against you.
Can we get insurance if we’re not a registered club?
Yes – you don’t need to be a registered charity to get cover for your group. Many of our clients are small charities or community organisations that are new or are too small to be a registered charity.
Are volunteers covered?
Yes - the employer's liability and public liability section of the policy provides cover for your volunteers. As long as you have this policy in place your volunteers will be covered.
Does the public liability section cover events?
Yes, public liability insurance provides cover for charity events (such as fundraising) for up to 500 attendees.
Can we get cover if we don't have a regular meeting place?
Yes. We cover hundreds of groups that don't have a regular meeting place and prefer to host at different premises such as members' homes, village halls and community centres.
Why should I take a policy out with Markel?
With over 25 years’ experience, we've gained an unrivalled understanding of the risks facing small charities and community groups, and our policies are specially designed to protect you.
But if you’re still not sure give us a call us on 0800 640 6604 and a member of the team will be happy to explain the different policies and walk through the best options for you. Alternatively, you can get a quote now using our online system and call us later if anything needs clarifying.
How are Markel regulated?
Markel is regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and Prudential Regulation Authority – details of which you’ll find on the Financial Services Register.
As a specialist insurer of for small charities and community groups, we are only too aware of the importance of these organisations and we support the sector in a number of ways.