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Community, Family, Resource and Training Centres
Youth Organisations
Charities providing assistance and services to those in need
Overseas Fundraising / Overseas Aid
FAS Community Employment & Job Initiative Schemes
Drugs Projects
Community Crèches
Muintir na Tire Community Councils and Community Alert Groups
Residents Associations
Tidy Towns
Local Festivals / Patricks Day Parades
One off Fundraising Events
Our Clients

At Marsh Charity Insurance we pride ourselves on knowing our customers and what they are about. Our philosophy is quite simply to provide innovative solutions to our clients accompanied by the highest quality service.

All charities are unique in their own way. The differences could be down to size, staff numbers, volunteers, the services and supports which are offered or the activities undertaken.

This uniqueness means organisations have different insurance needs and it is therefore essential that your insurance requirements are assessed on an individual basis by an insurance broker who understands your sector and your insurance needs and requirements.

We are providing substantial savings and enhanced covers to organisations of all kinds and sizes throughout the sector, some of whom are outlined below for your perusal.

For more information on the insurance products available please click here.


Savings of up to 50% - click here

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Marsh Ireland Brokers Limited, trading as Marsh Ireland, Bowring Marsh, Charity Insurance, Echelon Claims Consultants, Guy Carpenter & Company, ILCS, Insolutions, JLT Ireland, Lloyd & Partners, Marsh Aviation Consulting, Marsh Claims Management Services, Marsh Claims Solutions, Marsh JLT Specialty, Marsh Reclaim, Marsh Risk Consulting, is regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland.

Directors: T Colraine (British), A J Croft (previously Kehoe), P G Dromgoole (British), J Flahive (British), J C Grogan, P R Howett, C J Lay (British), S P Roche, R I White (British).