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What is a Certificate of Insurance ?
As a nonprofit group, you will most likely be required to provide a Certificate of Insurance to your facility/venue where meetings and fundraisers or other activities are held. A Certificate of Insurance is a document detailing the type of insurance coverage and the dates and limits of coverage. You may be required to add the facility/venue as an additional insured.
The Certificate of Insurance is also referred to as a Certificate of Liability. RVNA’s Protect Your Nonprofit provides an easy way for your group to add and print Certificates of Insurance during purchase or anytime after purchase using our online policy management system. Annual Liability policies start as low as $65.
What is an Additional Insured?
An Additional Insured is a person or facility, other than the named insured, that is also provided insurance under the policy. The Additional Insured wording is usually contained within the insurance requirement section of the Facility Agreement.QUOTE IN 15 SECONDS