New Report: How to plan for a sound reopening amid COVID-19

COVID-19 has changed the way nonprofits do business. Many organizations were forced to shut down or dramatically scale back operations, but they are thankfully now in the midst of reopening and bringing back employees or volunteers to meet community needs. This can be a daunting and confusing undertaking and requires careful planning — taking into consideration a myriad of factors. One area that should not be overlooked is the protection of your business.

Download this guide from Care Providers Insurance Services (CPS) — our best-in-class insurance program for nonprofit and social service organizations — to learn how to:

  • Evaluate risk and insurance implications as nonprofits ramp up, resume operations or scale back programs
  • Consider the key coverages or changes needed, such as special liability
  • Review coverage limits to assure they are in line with the nonprofit’s operations and other programs

Taking a proactive approach is more important than ever in today’s rapidly changing insurance landscape. Understanding how to evaluate risks and insurance implications is key — and requires nonprofits to work hand-in-hand with trusted agent partners. Together, you can turn uncertainty into a sound plan and reopen with confidence.

Looking for even more insights on this hot topic?

Check out this webinar from CPS and the Nonprofit Risk Management Center. It shares practical guidance on how to design a safe return to work strategy and support staff well-being along the way. It also features insights from our risk management experts in the nonprofit and social services industry to help agents and their clients ensure they can continue to carry out their missions.