Help & guidance for charities
What insurance does a community group need?
There's a whole range of insurance available for community groups, and it can be tricky to get your head around the different types available.
A concise guide to volunteer agreements
Many organisations/charities use a formal document called a volunteer agreement as a way of explaining and recording the expectations and any agreed commitment between the organisation/charity and its volunteers.
Top tips for charities to help manage risk and reduce potential claims exposure
The risks charities can be exposed to depends a lot on the size of the organisation, how complex the organisation is, and how it is funded.
A concise guide to insurance for charities and non-profit organisations
Ways you can keep your charity safeguarded, your staff and volunteers protected, and your customers and visitors safe through charity insurance.
Why is public relations important?
Whether you run a business or are in charge of a non-profit charity, communicating your key message and managing your reputation is crucially important. This is where public relations (PR) comes in.
Does IR35 affect the third sector?
The changes to IR35 in the private sector have impacted the way many contractors and end-clients operate. But how has it affected the third sector and charities?
Up to date UK charity sector statistics 2022
The UK charity sector is a vital part of the UK economy and social fabric.
How you can be a successful freelancer for the charity sector
In this article we look at how freelancers can secure work in the charity sector and ensure they are covering all of the fundamental aspects required to be a successful freelancer.
What are the differences between a charity and a not-for-profit organisation, and does it matter for your insurance?
We’ve put this guide together to help distinguish between a charity and a not-for-profit organisation and explain what this may mean when it comes to charity insurance.
What is a DBS check
DBS checks aren’t always just a ‘nice-to-have’ when it comes to hiring new employees - in some jobs, this type of check is a legal requirement, particularly when the role involves working with children or vulnerable adults.
How to prevent accidents at parent and toddler groups
Parent and toddler groups offer a great opportunity for social interaction – whether it’s between parents eager to swap stories of their little ones’ adventures or for children to meet and play with those of a similar age. For toddlers, it also represents a chance to engage in some pre-school learning.
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