Charity Building Insurance for Your Organisation
It does not matter if your own a single property, or a number of properties, to operate your activities from you need to ensure you have the appropriate charity building insurance and charity contents insurance cover to protect this asset.
Many risks from fire, flood to storms can cause significant damage and disrupt your activities. You can also be held liable as a property owner for damage or injury caused to a third party.
If you or others were unable to use the buildings you would also need to find and pay for an alternative location and you would lose any hire or rental income you make.
Get a quote for charity buildings and contents insurance from WRS
WRS can assist you in finding the correct insurance for your buildings including expenses for alternative premises and property owners liability.
So if you require charity insurance or insurance for your community group contact WRS today.
Insurance for Your Organisation
We have experience working with various types of charities, non-profit groups and care organisations.
- Village Halls and Community Centres
- Church Insurance
- Specialist Care Providers
- Not for Profit Groups
- Community Groups
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