Arts, Culture and Heritage
We understand that many heritage and cultural institutions offer engaging educational programs for adults, children, and teens, while others may also operate a commercial enterprise, such as a gift shop, restaurant, or cafe. Some are located in modern, iconic structures, others in treasured heritage buildings. Virtually all rely on the efforts and generous support of both volunteers and donors. Unique buildings and facilities have unique insurance needs. We understand, and this level of understanding means we support you with genuine experience and expertise.
Charity and Non-Profit Organizations
We understand the unique risks faced by charities and non-profit organizations, and we strive to protect you and the diverse communities you serve. Why? Because, we are owned by a charitable trust, which gives us a greater insight into the challenges you face every day. This level of understanding means we support you with genuine experience and expertise.
We understand that operating an educational facility presents greater challenges than ever before. From providing a safe learning environment for students, teachers, and staff, to protecting your premises and contents, you must deal with a range of new challenges — IT resilience, information, cyber and social media security, among others. Identifying and managing these risks must be top of mind in order to safeguard your community and avoid legal and reputational harm.
We understand the complex challenges that you, as a faith-based organization, are facing today — for example, outdated buildings, shrinking or growing congregations, or the need to take an expanded role in your community. You might be providing childcare services, operating a foodbank, an “in from the cold” program or simply making your space available to benefit the wider community. This level of understanding means we support you with genuine experience and expertise.
Operating a retirement residence or long-term care facility presents unique challenges. Among them, you must ensure the safety and well-being of your residents, staff, volunteers, and visitors; protect your premises, contents, and equipment; and provide clients with facilities, services and standards of care that consistently deliver a comfortable, respectful, and enjoyable quality of life.