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Nonprofit risk is not as impt for the small nonprofits
*This chapter gives some nice checklists
Risk management-managing how nonprofits assess risks in terms of its operations so that
a nonprofit can reduce risk.
Nonprofits often have events outside their home office so they need liability insurance.
A tip is to centralize personnel operations to increase communication
Directors are liable for financial performance of a nonprofit. This is a product of
Pg 231 lists risk management factors and procedures
Risk management doesn’t assume the honesty of the nonprofits employees so employee
dishonesty is something you need to be prepared for.
Look at pgs 234-5
Event Insurance is normally event to event and only covers that specific event
Understand that transferring of risk is when you transfer risk to a larger group that is
associated with you, i.e. churches-major denominations’ insurance can cover individual
churches of their kind so those issues are “pooled”. The advantage of this is that the
larger body can provide overview and advice and insight as well as be a consultant to the
Pg 241-2 features of insurance policy
Umbrella liability is the easiest way to go b/c it covers everything
For the test understand the general concept of liability insurance
Guidestar has free advice links for insurance issues
Claims and pension management: don’t worry about it b/c they are normally handled by a
Prepare for a full class length on Chapter 8 which will deal with 990’s. We got out at
7pm which is why these notes don’t look very long and half that time was spent asking ?
about the midterm. ...
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This note was uploaded on 08/29/2011 for the course PUBLIC ADM 101 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '11 term at UNF.
- Spring '11