Because you do so much more.

Nonprofit organizations differ widely in size, services, clients, staff, volunteers, and facilities.

That’s why a nonprofit insurance program deserves more than filling out forms or “one size fits all” policies. Today’s nonprofits need the personal attention of an insurance agent with underwriting experience to understand their risks, spot coverage gaps, and design affordable programs that protect them.

More protection plus 29% savings

“Joe Rueter analyzed our insurance needs, asked the right questions, designed a more comprehensive program, combined three policies into one, and reduced our premium an impressive 29%,” says Allie Miller, Executive Director, The Starting Point of New Jersey.

Reducing risk and more coverage at a lower cost

  • Ongoing risk management services
  • Directors & Officers misappropriation of funds, breach of fiduciary duty, IRS tax violations, and errors, omissions and neglect
  • Employment practices liability, discrimination, sexual harassment, failure to promote, and administrative errors and omissions
  • Cyber crime, employee dishonesty, theft of money/securities
  • Accounts receivable, valuable papers, electronic information systems liability
  • Security breach
  • Key employee
  • Business income
  • Business property including computer equipment
  • Meeting space expense
  • Crisis management
  • General liability and property damage
  • Automobile
  • Workers’ compensation

As nonprofits meet today’s challenges and venture into new opportunities, the need for sophisticated, but affordable, insurance protection is more critical than ever.