Charities are more in demand than ever as we battle the coronavirus pandemic. But their funding has been hit hard. Here's some help with plugging the gaps.
Wondering why it's important to get the right charity insurance? Confused by what it does and how it can help? Here's all you need to know.
Small charities outdo their size massively in the difference they make. Meet five award-winning small charities making a big impact in all sorts of ways.
Small charities make up 82% of the UK charity sector. Here's how Small Charity Week helps connect them with useful resources and celebrates their work.
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Could hard-pressed small charities be sleepwalking into a risk management and governance crisis? Read what our UK-wide survey revealed.
Find out why GCHQ thinks small charities are a prime target for cybercriminals and discover what you can do to prevent a cyber-attack. Learn how cyber insurance can provide vital back-up to protect your charity.
Should charities worry about being sued? Yes. And no. It depends. Find out why your charity might need insurance for someone taking legal action against it.
Our research shows the UK loves a small charity. Local community groups are also valued and plenty of people want to get involved. This infographic explains
Running a charity? For the sake of your bank balance, getting trustees' insurance should be the first thing on your to-do list. Here's why
If your small charity has staff, volunteers, or both, find out why employers' liability insurance is essential. Essential if you want to avoid fines, anyway
If you're a charity that holds the odd event, you can't afford to go without public liability insurance for charities. Here's why you need it.
Do you need charities' and trustees' insurance? Considering you could be personally liable if you're accused of doing something wrong, we'd say yes.