Even before anyone had even heard of Coronavirus, the single biggest concern for charities, regardless of their size, was fundraising.
And as Covid made the role of a fundraiser that much more difficult, that’s now been followed by an energy and financial crisis which has meant many people are struggling to pay their own bills, let alone find it in their budgets to help others. Yes, the huge number of people who volunteered to support the NHS was amazing and hopefully means that from now on, volunteering and helping others becomes the standard. The fact however remains that charities and other not-for-profits rely on grants, donations and regular income streams in order to survive. And that’s the position many charities now find themselves in. That is, a fight for survival.
At Third Sector Protect, we speak with and help clients in the third sector every single day. It’s what we do. And it’s what we love. And that’s why we want charities and other voluntary organisations not just to survive, but to thrive and grow. Yes, even in the most difficult of times, not-for-profits who can and are willing to adapt, can be successful.
That’s why we hope you’re interested in Working Together with us to bring a much needed, additional revenue stream into your organisation.
As a charity fundraiser, there is every chance you will have corporate supporters and other stakeholders with a need for insurance. By partnering with Third Sector Protect, you can now refer these people to a trusted insurance broker who can help them secure hard to beat insurance premiums. And by using our service, you and your charity will receive market-leading referral fees for every successful referral. This means you add value to your connections above and beyond CSR.
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