Museums, food banks, social service organizations, homeowners' associations and other nonprofit groups provide essential services and contribute to an improved quality of life for our communities. These groups face special challenges in providing insurance and risk management programs that safeguard their ability to serve their constituents and carry out their missions.
For over 20 years, Wortham has served as a partner to a broad spectrum of nonprofit organizations. In fact, we are among the few brokers in the U.S. that have a specialized practice that handles insurance and risk management for the nonprofit sector. Our team brings in-depth knowledge and experience in developing innovative, cost-effective solutions that meet each nonprofit client's unique requirements. We take our role as a partner to our nonprofit clients seriously and work diligently on their behalf to negotiate the best coverages, limits and pricing alternatives.
To serve our nonprofit clients, Wortham's team also conducts seminars and workshops to help nonprofit management and boards better understand evolving insurance issues and trends that can impact their organizations.
Wortham's nonprofit practice provides an extensive array of insurance and risk management solutions, including:
- Workers compensation
- General liability
- Excess liability/umbrella
- Liability for special events/fundraisers
- Power outage
- Business interruption
- Fidelity bonds/crime insurance
- Employee benefits
- Construction projects
- Professional indemnity
- Directors & officers liability
- Fiduciary liability
- Employment practices liability
- Kidnap, ransom and extortion
- Cyber liability