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Fundraisers - Manhattan & Westchester County, NY, Fairfield, CT, and New Jersey

If your organization is planning a fundraiser, consider what you need in the way of insurance. Many businesses, such as shopping centers and gas stations, already have insurance that can cover small fundraising events—for example, car washes and cookie sales. But ask. If their insurance policy excludes coverage for your group’s event, you should buy a special event insurance policy.

A.J. Benet can help you determine what exactly you need based on your fundraising goals, the type of activity you plan to hold, your participants and the requirements placed on you by your host site. Single event insurance is usually quite affordable, and it can cover your liability for a range of risks, including property damage and injuries.

Some fundraisers offer special prizes, such as a big cash prize for a hole in one at a benefit golf tournament. If that’s part of your plan, you may be interested in “hole-in-one” insurance—a policy that will pay if an event participant meets the prize requirements. The contest doesn’t have to be based on a great shot at a golf tournament. It could be a basketball throw or a hockey slap shot or some kind of bull’s eye competition. These contests can attract significant attention and participation in your fundraiser, and you can be protected from the big payout.

Whatever your next fundraiser, consider the role insurance should play and consult an A.J. Benet advisor.

We have affordable insurance protection for your next fundraiser.

We invite you to give us a call at your convenience at (888) 639-4560, or if you prefer email us or return the form on this page for a review of your insurance needs.

Since 1964, A.J. Benet has been serving businesses in New York City, Pelham Manor, Pelham, New Rochelle, Larchmont, Mamaroneck, Harrison, Rye, Port Chester, Rye Brook, South Salem, Purchase, White Plains, Scarsdale, Eastchester, Bronxville, Armonk, Chappaqua, Briarcliff, Pound Ridge, Bedford, Mt. Kisco, and Katonah, New York; as well as in the Connecticut communities of Greenwich, Cos Cob, Riverside, Stamford, Darien, Rowayton, Fairfield, Westport, Southport, and New Canaan.