Ontario Bar Association Presentation

Ontario Bar Association Presentation

We are happy to announce that Ken Hall will be presenting at the Ontario Bar Association February 5, 2019 on “Insurance for Charities & Not-for-Profits: An Overview of 6 Important Property and Liability Coverage Considerations”. 

If you or someone you know is a lawyer who works Churches and Charities in Ontario, this would be a valuable information session. 

For more information please visit the Ontario Bar Association’s website – https://www.oba.org 

KEN HALL, President

Over the past 30 years, Ken has pioneered comprehensive and affordable insurance programs for church and Christian charitable organizations across Canada, including the Church Protection Plus Property and Liability Insurance program. With over 7,000 client organizations currently insured across Canada and almost 14,000 insurance claims paid over the past three decades, Ken has unparalleled experience and expertise in identifying, reducing, eliminating and covering risk through effective insurance protection for Christian charities and their leaders.
His company and staff work closely with over 40 national church denominational and professional associations, including a 23-year association as the recommended source of insurance protection for member organizations of the Canadian Council of Christian Charities (CCCC). Ken also serves on the steering committee of Plan To Protect, the most highly recommended and utilized abuse prevention plan for youth and children’s serving faith organizations in Canada.
Through conference speaking engagements, seminars, workshops, webinars and publications such as his Facing The Risk newsletters and The Advantage Church and Charity risk management articles, his commitment is to educate, equip and assist board members and ministry leaders in better understanding the unique risks associated with Christian ministries in the 21st century and to provide practical advice in avoiding preventable claims, accidents, injuries and lawsuits.

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