Insurance for Voluntary Health Organizations

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Frequently Asked Questions

Why do Voluntary Health Organizations need insurance?

This industry is made up of companies who raise funds for health-related research, prevention, education, and patient services.

Voluntary Health Organizations need insurance because even though your organization is doing a good deed that benefits the community, your organization is still prone to get sued. Insurance will cover the costs of defense and court fees if your employees get sued, and it also pays for the property repair and replacement due to covered incidents.

What risks do Voluntary Health Organizations face?

Below are the common risks voluntary health organizations can face:

  • One of your employees traveling using their own vehicle for volunteer work gets involved in an accident that not just destroys their car, but injures the other party as well.
  • One of your officers is accused of money laundering and using your voluntary health organization's name to launder money.
  • A citizen that your organization has been helping trips over a loose wire in your office that you were about to fix. This causes them to suffer injuries and they sue your business for the damages.

How much does insurance for Voluntary Health Organizations cost?

There is no fixed rate of insurance for voluntary health organizations as the cost heavily relies on the type of services you offer, the size of your business, the number of employees you have, and the coverage required. To find out the cost of your insurance fast, all you have to do is apply online and we'll send you your free quote in minutes.

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