Non-Profit Insurance in Montague, MI
Providing Non-Profit Organizations in Montague, MI with Insurance
From daily operations to fundraising events and volunteer recruitment, non-profit organizations have endless responsibilities and often operate with limited funding. However, while a non-profit organization may run on a shoestring budget, its insurance needs are no different than a for-profit business. From liability to workers compensation, non-profits must maintain proper insurance coverage to ensure that their mission is not derailed should they need to file a claim.
We understand the unique demands and restraints of non-profit organizations, and are committed to matching each organization with the right coverage at a competitive rate. Our team, led by President Scott Rant, routinely insures non-profit organizations in Montague, Grand Haven, Muskegon, Spring Lake, and the surrounding areas.
Matching Your Non-Profit with Coverage
When insuring non-profits, we work closely with the carrier NSI West Bend. Our partnership with NSI, along with our knowledge of the industry, allows us to match organizations with the appropriate coverage at a reasonable rate. From shelters and clinics, to food pantries and historical societies, we are able to insure a variety of organizations.
Available products include but are not limited to:
- Business property
- Business liability
- Counseling professional liability
- Directors & Officers (D&O)
- Flat Rate D&O
- Improper sexual conduct
- Employee benefits liability
- Business auto
- Non-owned/hired auto
- Umbrella liability
- Auto physical damage (NIAC)
- Participant/volunteer accident
- Employee dishonesty
- Boiler and machinery coverage
- Equipment breakdown
Agents Dedicated to Your Mission
We appreciate that the mission, budget, and resources of each organization is unique, and we take the necessary steps to understand their individual needs and risks. Scott and his team are equally committed to matching non-profits with budget-friendly options so that the organization can focus its funds on its cause rather than its insurance coverage.