High-capacity vans require extra caution

High-capacity passenger vans can be an efficient way to transport small groups. Businesses use them to deliver workers to job sites, and churches, schools, camps and other organizations transport their clients and volunteers. But high-capacity vans – sometimes referred to as 15-passenger vans – require extra attention to assure driver, passenger and public safety.


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Special events: Know why, what, where and who

From luncheons to extreme sporting events – and everything in between – special events can be excellent ways for nonprofit organizations to raise money and increase visibility. While the extra revenue may be welcome, consider any additional risks. Are the risks being assumed worth the benefits gained?


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Know the background of those
interacting with your clients

A common denominator for social service organizations is the desire to improve the lives of their clients. No organization wants to be involved in an incident that causes harm to a client. One of the most important steps an organization can take to protect their clients – and the organization – is to implement high-quality pre-employment and pre-volunteer screening procedures.


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Insurance products to protect your nonprofit organization

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When you commit your time and talents to a school or community cause, you don’t like to think that another volunteer or a trusted board member or employee could ever steal from your organization. Sadly, it does happen, and many who steal from these organizations don’t have the financial means to repay what was stolen. And don’t overlook the fact that embezzlements can go undetected for a long time and can involve more than one person.


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