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Property and business interruption insurance

Business interruption covers your charity for any loss of revenue or income you might suffer following a property loss.

For example, when the Eden Project flooded it was closed for a number of weeks. Having business interruption cover ensured any lost income was covered, or would’ve provided funds to keep them running in the meantime.

Watch our 60 second video for more information on how property and business interruption insurance can help protect your charity…

Why choose Ecclesiastical for your property and business interruption cover for your charity?

Voted best charity insurer* for the last five years running by both charities and brokers, we’ve been insuring not-for-profit organisations for 125 years. We insure thousands of the nation’s charities and not-for-profit organisations of all sizes and complexities – including youth and children’s charities, pastime clubs, advice and support groups and many more.

For more information about our property and business interruption insurance read our Charity Insurance summary of cover or find a specialist insurance broker near you.

* Of those who named an insurer in the survey, the majority named Ecclesiastical as the best insurer for Charity Insurance. Research carried out by FWD, an independent market research company

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