Then & Now: How a University Thesis Became a Force For Good For Nonprofits

August 03, 2022 by Pamela E. Davis posted in About Members

Earlier this month, I was moderating a leadership meeting for the managers at Nonprofits Insurance Alliance. Since the topic of the meeting was about how to have difficult conversations with employees, I opted to start with an icebreaker: I had previously asked participants to take the Open-Source Psychometrics “Which Character” Personality Quiz online and reveal what popular character they best matched up with. The answers were varied, and included characters ranging from Geordi La Forge from “Star Trek” to Nala from “The Lion King,” and a few with Lester Freamon from “The Wire.”

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NIA Welcomes Live Zero Waste as 24000th Member

July 18, 2022 by Nonprofits Insurance Alliance posted in About Members

As a nonprofit committed to sustainability and green practices, NIA is pleased to be a source of stable insurance to like-minded organizations that work to protect the environment and fight climate change. That’s why we’re proud to welcome Live Zero Waste as our 24,000th member!

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Alta California Regional Center: helping people with developmental disabilities thrive

November 19, 2021 by Erin Bernall posted in About Members

Nonprofits Insurance Alliance (NIA) and Alta California Regional Center (ACRC) have something in common. Each nonprofit is helping thousands meet their mission, whether as an organization or an individual.

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NONPROFIT MEMBER STORIES: NIA Helps Teen Success Empower Young Mothers

January 06, 2021 by Nahida S. Nisa posted in About Members

Nonprofits Insurance Alliance® (NIA) exclusively serves 501(c)(3) organizations through specialized property and casualty insurance and risk management services tailored to the unique needs of nonprofits. Here’s one story of how an NIA member is helping young mothers succeed.

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Helping 5Cities Homeless Coalition Keep San Luis Obispo County Housed

August 04, 2020 by Nahida S. Nisa posted in About Members

With a 50 percent increase in rent in five years, San Luis Obispo County has had the highest rate of rental increases of any county in California. That translates into a substantial increase in the amount of upfront deposit for renters, creating an additional barrier to sustainable housing.

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