BHIB Charities Insurance are a local Leicestershire-based insurance broker who specialise in providing tailored insurance services for charities and community groups of all sizes.
BHIB aim to support local charities with a range of insurance services as well as provide useful insurance resources, guides and support. They believe that the right insurance combined with the right tools will help towards sustainability within the charity sector.
In light of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and the constantly evolving national emergency we are all facing, BHIB Charities Insurance would like to reassure you that they are here to support your charity during these uncertain times. They understand the importance of saving money on running costs.
Compare your current quote with BHIB and you could be joining many other charities who have saved money on their insurance.Get a quote
Whether you run a larger charity that is looking for more complex insurance protection or a small community group looking for guidance, BHIB Charities Insurance are ready to help.
Small Charity Insurance
If you run a smaller charity or community group with an annual income of less than £250k per year, you can insure your organisation online within minutes.
Larger Charity Insurance
If you are involved in a larger charity organisation with an annual income of more than £250k per year, you can speak to one of their experienced team directly or request a call back for a time that suits you.Get a quote
BHIB Charities Insurance policies can include:
Additional cover can include:
- Professional Indemnity
- Trustee’s Liability Insurance
- Event Insurance
- Cyber insurance for Charities
- And more…
Why choose BHIB Charities Insurance?
As a charity insurance specialist, BHIB’s support goes beyond products and policies. As one of their charity clients, you will be able to take advantage of the following:
- Support with the Aviva Community Fund
- Risk management advice and help guides
- Support with Risk management for Trustees
- Toolkits to help you manage risk areas, such as unoccupied buildings and offices, or volunteers