On average, over 94% of our clients choose to stay with us.
We will provide a dedicated account executive to give expert consultation and advice on your not-for-profit insurance requirements, building a long-term relationship of trust to ensure you always have the right cover for your organisation.
We work with market-leading insurers who specialise in competitive cover for the not-for-profit-sector. This enables us to create products that truly benefit individual organisations.
Due to our understanding of third sector organisations, we provide additional services for customer members including safeguarding, health and safety and risk management evaluation.
We deliver specific advice and bespoke insurance arrangements to a wide range of organisations, including charities, national governing bodies, sports associations and leisure and cultural trusts.
"We’re excited to be partnering with Endsleigh who will bring their expertise and experience to CTA Insurance, offering competitive, community transport focused policies to organisations who act as a lifeline to so many people up and down the UK. CTA Insurance, provided by Endsleigh, is a popular member benefit and we’re excited that this new partnership will improve the service we offer to our members."
Since becoming CTA’s partner, we've been reaching out to organisations across the UK to see how we can help when it comes to the insurance you rely on to serve your communities. With the current challenges the whole country is facing due to COVID-19, we have seen first-hand the adaptable nature of CTA members adjusting what they do to make sure their passengers have the support they need. Here, we've shared the stories of two CTA members who are going above and beyond in these difficult times.
At Endsleigh we understand the valuable services you provide to your community. That's why we offer proactive solutions that protect you from risks, so you can remain focused on what you do best.
Community minibus and transport insurance
Whether it is a motor accident and you need to get your vehicle back on the road or protection against claims from injured third parties, we provide comprehensive cover to ensure you and your community are protected. Optional extra covers are available, like Breakdown and Legal Expenses, ensuring you are in safe hands and can get back to supporting your community as soon as possible.
Public and products liability insurance
Protects your organisation's legal liability to third parties for death, bodily injury or damage to their property by providing coverage for the legal expenses and potential compensation awards associated with such claims. This can often be extended to cover additional risks such as medical malpractice, abuse and hirer’s liability.
Employers' liability insurance
If your organisation has employees, employers' liability is a legal requirement. The minimum level of cover required by law is £5 million. Without this policy you may face large fines, reputational damage and uninsured claims. Coverage provides indemnity in respect of your legal liability to pay damages for death, illness, injury or disease to employees arising out of the course of their employment. Coverage may also extend to cover volunteers, people on work experience, non-executive directors and trustees.
Professional indemnity insurance
Working as a professional, your expertise is your business and offering your services, knowledge and advice runs its own unique set of risks. Being fully covered should you find yourself in the position of having your work or advice questioned is important. That's why we work with insurers who can help you to cover the costs of potential compensation claims, legal costs and expenses required to defend yourself in court, as well as loss of income from days spent in court.
Cyber and data risk insurance, also known as cyber liability insurance, will be there to assist and protect your organisation if it experiences a data breach, malicious cyber hack and many other types of threats to your data security. Statistics show that cyber-crime is on the increase in the UK with specialist organised crime groups targeting a wide variety of organisations, including charities. Your organisation could be severely affected if your data or network is compromised. Cyber liability cover is designed to support and protect you, providing effective cover against the costs associated with a data breach such as IT forensics, loss of income and third party liability. It will also provide access to specialist legal advice and expertise to help minimise any damage.
Buildings, contents and equipment insurance
We are able to cover your assets such as buildings, contents, fixtures/fittings, tenant improvements, stock and any other equipment which is essential for your organisation to run. Cover can include fire, flood, theft, accidental damage, malicious damage and a number of other perils as well as insurance for portable items used outside the place of business.
Charity support services
Endsleigh has a wealth of experience in helping organisations manage their risk. Whether you're a small community charity or a large commercial organisation, our support service is designed to simplify health, safety and employment legislation.
Visit our charity support website.
Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, not-for-profits, businesses and individuals alike have all worked tirelessly to make sure those most at risk have the essential support they need.
Previously we shared some stories about how CTA members have been reaching out to the community at this unprecedented time. If you haven’t already, we would also encourage you to take a look at the guidance that CTA have put together: ctauk.org/covid19-guidance/
But while you’ve been working hard to help your communities, the CTA team here at Endsleigh have been working hard to help you, ensuring our clients’ policies cover essential coronavirus services - such as food, goods and prescription drop offs.
But we’ve also worked closely with our motor panel to ensure our clients’ vehicles are properly protected if they’ve been declared off-road during COVID-19 with ‘laid up cover’. You can find out more about this below.
We would also like to take this opportunity to highlight the outstanding efforts of community transport providers who, where they can, are supporting the national effort, delivering food, goods and medicine to homes within your local community. Endsleigh have ensured that these additional services are accommodated and the appropriate cover is in place during this critical time for those with CTA Insurance policies.
If you’re no longer using your vehicle on a regular basis, then it is a legal requirement to either continue to renew your motor vehicle tax, insurance and annual MOT (if applicable) while it’s not in use, or declare it off-road with a Statutory Off-Road Notice (SORN) via the DVLA.
It is not a legal requirement to have insurance in place for vehicles that have been declared SORN as there’s no third party risk, however there are still risks involved with storing your vehicle that you may not want to be financially liable for.
Laid up insurance (also known as “SORN insurance”) is simply cover provided to protect any vehicle that is being stored off the road against risks such as accidental damage, fire or theft.
While laid up insurance is most often used for cars, minibuses, vans and motorbikes, this is a popular for cover for classic cars that are often stored off-road - either for protection, or because they are being repaired or restored.
If you have to declare your vehicles off-road, the motor insurers we work with have agreed to provide cover for CTA members’ vehicles for accidental damage, fire and theft at a reduced rate.
We can also provide cover for modified vehicles, such as vehicles that have wheelchair ramps or tail lifts.
Any community transport organisation may need to lay up their vehicles whilst they are not in use and providing their usual day to day services. And during this low activity period, you may not want to pay your full MOT, tax and insurance premiums.
By updating your policy to laid up cover only, it could help your not-for-profit organisation save money on your insurance premiums.
If you’re an existing CTA member with a policy with Endsleigh, get in touch with your dedicated account manager today to discuss your requirements.
Will I need to take out a new policy?
No, you will not need to take out a new policy – you can simply update your policy either at the beginning of your insurance contract (e.g. renewal) or mid-term.
Please ensure that any vehicles you’re planning to insure are being declared SORN with the DVLA.
It is also important to keep up to date with the most recent news from the government regarding MOT renewals.
What information do I need to get a quote for laid up insurance?
You can put your vehicles back on the road with immediate effect.
In most cases, comprehensive cover would have been agreed at the start of the policy. Therefore all you have to do is email us to let us know that your vehicles need to go back to being protected on a comprehensive basis and we will arrange this for you with immediate effect. We will then issue policy documents, similarly to when you first took out the policy. This process also applies to fleet policies as the majority of these will be on a Quarterly declaration basis.
No, this will fall under your combined liability policy.