You should always consider whether you need insurance cover for your fundraising activity.

Key insurance types to consider whist Fundraising include:

Public Liability Insurance Cover

In the unfortunate case of an incident occurring during fundraising, somebody could take legal action against you for accidental injury or property damage. Public Liability insurance provides you with cover for legal costs in such a case. Public Liability Insurance is not mandatory, but it may be prudent to get if your event is open to the public. If hiring equipment or a service, you will also need to check that the provider has full insurance before signing the contract.

Event Cancellation and Abandonment cover

Recommended for bigger events where substantial sums of money could be lost if the event needed to be cancelled.

RLSS UK Members

RLSS UK Member Insurance includes cover for RLSS UK fundraising activity (where fundraising activity is low risk).

Please refer higher risk fundraising activities to [email protected] so that we can advise whether you are covered or not e.g. parachute jumps, cold water immersion, large visitor attractions, firework displays, bouncy castles.

Click here for full RLSS UK Member Insurance information

Non-RLSS UK Members

RLSS UK recommends that anybody carrying out fundraising considers whether insurance cover is required. Fundraising Insurance cover is easy to purchase via a number of insurance providers.

We are extremely grateful for all fundraising activity carried out in aid of The Royal Life Saving Society UK. Please ensure that your fundraising activity is organised efficiently and safely.