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Friday, 18 September 2020


New BHIB Charities Insurance website launched

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A new way for charities and voluntary organisations to buy insurance online has arrived with the launch of the BHIB Charities Insurance website.

The new website offers insurance solutions to charities, voluntary organisations and community groups of all sizes.

BHIB Charities Insurance specialises in providing insurance services for charities of all sizes, including community groups, clubs, societies, voluntary organisations and hobby/interest groups (including insurance for Guides & Scouts).

The new website allows small charities and voluntary/community groups to quickly tailor and purchase cover online. The core cover types available to buy online include:

  • Public Liability
  • Employers’ Liability
  • Contents Insurance

There is also a range of additional covers, including Trustee Indemnity, Cyber Insurance and Buildings Insurance, available on request.

All policies are underwritten by Aviva and BHIB Charities Insurance are Aviva’s chosen charity and not-for-profit partner to support charities and communities of all sizes.

The new website was built by BHIB’s own software provider Brokertech and gives charities full control on the types and levels of insurance cover they buy.

Commenting on the launch, BHIB’s Partnerships Director, Ajay Mistry, said:

“We are delighted to announce our new BHIB Charities Insurance brand – which has been the result of extensive collaboration with the voluntary sector.

“Through our valued partnership with Voluntary Action Leicestershire (VAL), and via ongoing communication with charities, voluntary organisations and community groups across the UK, we have been able to address the needs of not for profits of all types and sizes.

“Our new website allows smaller organisations to quickly tailor and buy the insurance cover they need online, while larger organisations can arrange a call with our expert team.”

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