Charity Nonprofit Protect offer unique protections designed to safeguard volunteers, donations, and fundraising activities, including the cost of attracting volunteers and media expenses following a loss.
Ecclesiastical’s Education Protect product is custom designed for educational institutions. We offer coverage for playground and sports equipment, musical instruments and sheet music, statues, flagpoles, external lighting, machinery, and more.
Ecclesiastical’s Retirement Living Protect product is custom designed for retirement residences and communities and offers important supplementary coverages including abuse, care home administrator’s errors & omissions liability, and directors and officers liability.
Ecclesiastical’s Faith Protect product ensures superior protection and the most appropriate coverage for each situation, including physical and sexual abuse. The basic product covers Property, Loss of Income, Crime, General Liability, Pastoral Counseling, and more.
Funeral Services Protect is a competitively priced insurance product, tailored to meet your organization’s unique insurance needs. The product’s four core components — property, business interruption, general liability and crime — are each supplemented with customized extensions.
At Ecclesiastical, we understand that museums and performing arts centres are vibrant institutions that protect our heritage, enrich our culture and enhance our lives. We also understand that these organizations have unique insurance needs.
Our Commercial Heritage Protect product has been developed with the input of customers to ensure that it meets the unique needs of these tangible elements of our history. It delivers effective insurance protection by providing necessary coverages at competitive prices.
Risk Control is an integral part of Ecclesiastical’s commitment to protect and safeguard our customers’ communities. Risk Control is about being pro-active in identifying the potential risks facing an organization and then developing a strategy and plan to control and reduce these risks. It is about preventing injury, ensuring health and safety, and protecting the community’s wellbeing.
When it comes to claims, Ecclesiastical has two overriding goals: to handle all claims fairly, quickly and honestly and to return our customers’ communities to normal as soon as possible. We believe in a pro-active, non-adversarial approach to managing claims and to arriving at a fair settlement, we take great pride in providing excellent claims service through.
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Working closely with customers and their brokers, we develop insurance solutions and risk control programs that are tailored to the specific needs of the organization and its individual members.
Ecclesiastical Insurance was founded in the United Kingdom in 1887 by statesmen and churchmen primarily to protect churches from the consequences of fire.
Being owned by a charitable trust means giving back is an essential part of our DNA.
Each member of Ecclesiastical’s Canadian team has in-depth, diversified knowledge, many years of experience, and the interpersonal skills required to build strong and lasting relationships with customers and brokers.
At Ecclesiastical, we believe in a culture of shared ownership and accountability, and an environment of collaboration and respect. We also believe that our people are our brand. They constitute our key differentiator in the marketplace. Our success is fuelled by who they are as people and by their efforts and performance.
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We’re always ready to share our knowledge… and to gain new insights. We participate in conferences, conventions, fund-raising initiatives and other customer events, often with our broker partners. By attending these events, we support our customers’ organizations and learn more about the issues and challenges they face. As a result, we are able to customize insurance products and solutions that best meet their needs.
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