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Jelf Insurance Brokers offer 12 months of insurance to winning charity of competition run by KM Charity Team

By Liz Nicholls

The KM Charity Team has teamed up with Jelf Insurance Brokers to run a competition giving good causes the chance to win free insurance for 12 months.

John Cox, Jane Lawrence, and Gareth Roberts of Jelf which is offering a year's free insurance for one lucky charity as a competition prize.

John Cox, Jane Lawrence, and Gareth Roberts of Jelf which is offering a year's free insurance for one lucky charity as a competition prize.

Charities and voluntary organisations can take part by completing a simple online enquiry form. Every enquiry received will be entered into a prize draw to win one year’s business combined insurance premium paid in full.  

Simon Dolby, chief executive of the KM Charity Team, said: “Charities and community groups face many risks that can result in loss, damage, or liability for trustees – and for the charity as a whole. We have been working with Jelf for the last 20 years to help protect our own organisation, so we are delighted to offer other good causes the chance to benefit from their wisdom.”

The leading insurance broker is a corporate ambassador for the KM Charity Team’s work in supporting child literacy, green travel for schools, and good causes across Kent.

To enter the prize draw, or view full terms and conditions of the competition, click HERE.

The deadline for entries is noon on Wednesday, November 1.

Good causes not wanting to enter the prize draw but interested in talking to a senior representative of Jelf can call John Cox on 01227 673022 or email john.cox@jelfgroup.com.

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