Your nonprofit organization may be dependent on a team of volunteers on the Board and on the staff to run its operations. Even if a team member commits to long-term service, things happen in life that may cause a disruption to their commitment. Your nonprofit should be prepared for unexpected changes, such as the resignation of a key Board member or a dedicated staff member.
Welcome to the premier of the Eastern Insurance Nonprofit blog series!
While Eastern and the insurance companies we represent have been major providers of both Property & Casualty Insurance and Employee Benefits to the nonprofit industry for many years, we are excited to launch this new monthly resource. In the coming months, you can expect to hear from us on numerous subjects “near and dear” to the intricate world of nonprofits... here’s a quick look at a few upcoming topics:
As a nonprofit organization, most of your workforce is probably comprised of volunteers. These individuals devote their time and energy to help the community through your organization. Though these individuals offer their services without expecting compensation, they still require supervision to ensure that their jobs are done correctly. Furthermore, it is important for your organization to manage its volunteers to minimize the risk of harm to the community members you serve and the volunteers themselves.