Prevent Bullying at Church Camp

Set Up Camp with Bullying Prevention Over the past few years, bullying has become more of an issue in environments where children socialize and gather, be it in person or online. Unfortunately, the severity of the problem is often underestimated until it is too late, and many tragedies have resulted from bullying. Bullying prevention is…

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Beating the Heat at Outdoor Events

Safety Tips to Beat the Heat From kid-focused activities to events that welcome the participation of the whole community, summer is the perfect time to take things outdoors. The warmer, sunnier weather makes conditions ideal – but they can also make things more dangerous. Over the past few years, the EPA has reported a marked…

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4 Tips for Vacation Bible School Safety

4 Essentials of Vacation Bible School Safety Summertime means that school is out of session – which means that kids of all ages have days to fill with all kinds of activities and pursuits. For parents in the faith-based community especially, summer is the perfect opportunity to send their kids to church camps or Vacation…

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Summer Camp Safety

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Sending Your Church’s Youth to Summer Camps As summer approaches, summer camps all over the country are gearing up to open their doors to the campers who will spend the next weeks of their vacation enjoying the experiences they offer. While many churches host summer camps of their own, a great number of them send…

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Insurance for Hurricane Preparedness

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Is Your Church’s Policy Hurricane-Ready? Hurricane season can be a highly stressful time for Floridians as they wait and watch the unpredictable swirls of pressure systems that seem to appear every week during the thick of the season. Ours are highly active waters, giving rise to storms whose paths of destruction are merciless and leave…

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Cybersecurity for Nonprofits

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The Importance of Cybersecurity for Nonprofits Unfortunately, nonprofit organizations and small businesses are regularly targeted by cyber criminals because they seem like sitting ducks. Generally speaking, they don’t have the amount of technical savvy or a proper level of cybersecurity measures to guard against criminal activity. That said, the reasons for nonprofits to be proactive…

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Does Your Church Need Worker’s Comp Insurance?

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Workers’ Compensation Employers with fewer than four employees may not be required by Florida Law to have Workers’ Compensation Insurance. We at Beacon Insurance, strongly urge the churches, nonprofit organizations and private schools we work with to consider the benefits of having Workers’ Compensation Insurance for churches and ministries. In the event that an employee…

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Best Auto Safety Practices and Travel Kit Tips

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Stay Schooled on Auto Safety and Travel Kits School trips are a time for creating memories, strengthening relationships and forming new ones, gaining cultural insight, connecting with the community and – of course – learning. As fun, as they might be, however, not planning properly, can put your entire group at risk. When you’re going…

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