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  1. Charity shops - Making a claim

    March 15, 2018 Alyson Pepperill fundraising crisis management

    If you own or manage a charity shop, it’s important to do everything you can to ensure your assets including your people are protected in case of an emergency. In this blog we can look at things you can build into your daily running of your shop, to help your insurance company defend you if the need ever arises.

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  2. Charity Shop Insurance

    March 06, 2018 Alyson Pepperill fundraising crisis management

    The Charity Shop Survey 2017 shows that times are changing, in our latest article we will look at those challenges and how having the right insurance can help.

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  3. Abuse Insurance and Safeguarding issues

    January 11, 2018 Alyson Pepperill crisis management

    Safeguarding should no longer apply only to those are most vulnerable but any party who comes into contact with the charity, including volunteers and staff. Read our blog to find out more

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  4. Our Crisis Management Seminar

    January 10, 2018 Alyson Pepperill crisis management

    Towards the end of last year we hosted our latest seminar, which focused on crisis management and ensuring your organisation is as prepared as possible for any potential unrest.

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  5. Recruiting Trustee - An important issue

    December 20, 2017 Alyson Pepperill

    The Charity Commission recently published a major report into trusteeship in the sector, aiming to build a picture of the current landscape and what the sector could (and should) be doing to ensure retention and diversification of trustees.

    The...

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  6. Duty of Care - UK Crisis Resilience

    November 30, 2017 Alyson Pepperill crisis management

    A duty of care is a legal responsibility all organisations must uphold to avoid carelessly injuring employees, volunteers, the public and others. Whilst there are some situations that cannot be prepared for, taking the time to think about what could happen and how the crisis could be managed is imperative.

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  7. Organisational Restructure - What about insurance?

    September 14, 2017 Alyson Pepperill crisis management

    Charities are restructuring more frequently than ever before, partly as a result of the changing economy and measures put in place by the government. You have notified everyone you should have, the stakeholders, your donors and the necessary administrative companies, but have you informed your insurance broker?

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  8. Why CSR matters to us

    August 17, 2017 Alyson Pepperill

    As an Insurance Broker that works with the Charity and Voluntary sector Arthur J. Gallagher is well aware of the importance of the work that charities and local not for profit organisations do. Therefore, our Corporate Social Responsibility activity is extremely important to us. Read our blog for a better understanding of how we implement CSR into the core of our organisation

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  9. Charity Governance Code Launch

    August 09, 2017 Alyson Pepperill crisis management

    We review the new Charity Governance Code and look at how Charities can use it to their benefit.

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  10. Organisational Resilience Seminar – Round Up

    June 21, 2017 Alyson Pepperill crisis management

     

    Last month we opened the doors of The Walbrook and invited charity clients and contacts to attend our latest seminar on the topic of Organisational Resilience.

    With several major events either having just happened (the EU referendum, snap General Election) or imminent (Brexit negotiations), it had become apparent that external factors were coming into play that could affect...

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