SCCQG Insurance Co-Coordinators: Pam Overton, Insurance@sccqg.org or email@example.com; (310) 701-2706
Monica Sayre, Insurance@sccqg.org or firstname.lastname@example.org; (818) 917-0389
Website for requesting certificates, policy info: (Insurance Certificate Request) . Please note that a number of the responses are "pull down" choices. Please click on the arrow and select the appropriate response. Once submitted and received, you will receive an email from the insurance coordinator confirming receipt of your request and any documents that were sent. There is the occasional computer glitch so if you don't receive an email indicating we have received it, that means we didn't!
NOTE: Sending in your insurance fee DOES NOT automatically trigger the insurance certificate process. You MUST complete an insurance certificate request (link above).
For proof of insurance with additional insured certificates . . . Use the button at the top left corner of the form to attach a scan or pdf of your contract/agreement with the facility. It will be sent to email@example.com in a separate email. Attaching the files is tricky! Submit your insurance certificate request, then go back to a new insurance cert request form and attach your file using the button at the top. Then submit again.
Guild Membership Form: Please go to the membership page to access the membership form
Requesting an insurance certificate? Please use this Checklist:
Non Profit Directors & Officers Liability provides coverage for the board for deliberate actions or inactions. This includes breach of duty or for actual or alleged wrong decisions or wrongful acts. SLIP provides this coverage on an occurrence basis as opposed to claims-made which is something you generally cannot find in the standard market. This means that as long as the claim occurred during a covered policy term and was reported promptly, it does not matter how much time has passed. With a claims-made policy all claims must be reported within a specific reporting period for coverage to apply. SLIP is also not dependent on the application data for coverage. With a standard policy, the application becomes a part of the policy. If there are any changes to the board members, those changes must be reported for coverage to apply. If they are not covered then the policy will not respond to protect those board members. SLIP is much broader and the definition of an insured includes past, current or future board members. If you change your treasurer tomorrow and do not report it, your new treasurer is still covered under SLIP.
Click on the links to the Non Profit Directors and Officers Liability Endorsement from your 18-19 SLIP policy (pages 31-32) as well as the Non Profit Directors and Officers Liability coverage (pages 8,9,10,13,15,16,17,18,19) from the policy for your review.