There’s lots of reasons to switch your P&C Insurance to Healthy Kids
Did you know that Healthy Kids Association offers the Parents Association Essentials Insurance Package – competitive insurance that ensures all the essentials are covered. We forfeit a higher brokerage fee to keep prices low, which means any savings can be reinvested back into your school and canteen.
There’s also NO compulsory reporting every time you decide to hold a fete or fundraiser, a simple cost structure and low excesses.
And best of all, as an insurance member, when you renew your insurance with Community Underwriting after one year, your school will be eligible to apply for annual grants of up to $5,000!
Here’s what some of our insurance customers had to say:
“Healthy Kids made our insurance claim easy and quick. With just a few questions and forms, our claim was processed and paid within a very fast timeframe” –I nsurance customer: North Haven Public School
“Tumut High School are so appreciative of the generous contribution from Healthy Kids Association and Community Underwriting towards the starting of the Tumut High School Recycling Program.The program will begin with a student lead waste audit followed by planning and implementation of a new system of bins to allow the staff and students of our school to become better custodians of the land we take care of and have a lighter footprint.” — Insurance customer and grant recipient, Tumut High School
If you have any questions we’re always here to help. Call us on 02 9876 1300 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Downloads – information you need to know
- Information about Parents Association Insurances 2020
- Parents Association Essentials Application Form 2020
- Coverage summary 2020
Ready to join?
Simply download the application form, fill it in, and send it to us via email or post.
Renewal notices have all been sent to existing insurance customers. If you’re renewing but your contact details have changed, please contact us instead. This will save you having to fill in the entire form again.