CSIP Offers specialized insurance coverage for Nonprofit Organizations
Since its inception, Community Services Insurance Program, better known as CSIP, has offered specialized coverage for nonprofits and social service organizations of all shapes and sizes. One of the insurer's key programs is its nonprofit general liability insurance, which serves to protect nonprofit organizations from lawsuits and legal concerns related to:
- Third-party property damage.
- Bodily injury of staff.
- Liquor liability for fundraising events.
- Sexual & physical abuse.
The goal of nonprofit general liability insurance is to allow clients to smoothly run their businesses, even in the face of disaster. Through CSIP, policyholders can have peace of mind when accidents happen and can trust CSIP to step in to alleviate financial strain.
As of today, CSIP is fully operable in 36 states and is ready to take on new clients for all of its insurance lines, including nonprofit general liability insurance. CSIP custom-tailors insurance plans to best fit the individual needs of each business. That way, policyholders will receive a specialized coverage plan formulated specifically with their nonprofit in mind.
CSIP's full coverage line-up includes:
- Excess Liability
- General and Professional Liability
- Workers' Compensation
- Commercial Auto
- & Umbrella
For questions about nonprofit general liability insurance or to receive a free quote, call 888-794-7771.
More About CSIP:
CSIP prides itself as the premier nonprofit and social service insurance provider in the Southeast region of the U.S. and currently provides coverage for nonprofits in 36 states. As a whole, the organization's mission is to offer specialized insurance coverage at an affordable rate. Top social services that CSIP covers include community action agencies, homeless shelters, home health, educational institutions, and goodwill industries.
Vice President - NPIS
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