Nonprofits Insurance Alliance

When you’re considering a decision as important as protecting your mission, you want to choose an insurance company that understands your unique needs as a nonprofit. We serve only nonprofits and we’ve been doing it successfully for 25 years. The Enhanced Liability Protection enjoyed by our 15,000+ members in 32 states is designed exclusively to meet the coverage needs of 501(c)(3) nonprofits.

The Murphy Family Foundation

The Murphy Family Foundation supports children with disabilities in becoming fulfilled and contributing members of society through programs of Health and Education. They seek out innovative, entrepreneurial partners and projects that can deliver high impact results.

E-book: How To Get Funding For Your Capital Project

Go green. Make your capital project sustainable. Include solar panels, a green roof, geothermal heating and cooling, a water reclamation system. Going green isn’t a fad: it’s what’s fueling our present economic growth and our future sustainability. And—not a small matter—going green can help you secure the funding you need.

Here’s how Metro Health Hospital in Grand Rapids, Michigan did it.

Chase Park Grants
Your Place to find Green Grants
You have a great project, an expert team, a great application, and a burning financial need.
Unfortunately, a growing number of agencies and organizations with the identical profile are seeking the same green funding you are. How will you stand out? How will you ensure your project gets more than a second glance?
Letter of Intent to the David and Lucille Packard Foundation

Cheryl arrives at Siena House five months pregnant with a dirty blue plastic tarp and a backpack with one change of clothes that no longer fit her. Two months earlier, her boyfriend, a drug dealer, had kicked her out because she refused to get an abortion. She called her mother who told her not to come home; she had no idea of the whereabouts of the father who abandoned her at birth.

Electric Vehicle Readiness and Infrastructure Deployment

The City of White Plains is an optimal candidate for extensive deployment of electric vehicles (EVs), with the potential to make a significant impact on reducing green house gas and lowering consumption of petroleum in the region. White Plains has a residential population of 50,000, yet over 250,000 commuters enter and leave its borders everyday along the I-278 corridor and railway transit systems.