RI Insurance Coverage for Clubs

RI Insurance Coverage for Clubs

Worried about the need for liability insurance for your club's project or fund-raising activity?  It is important to remember that your club is covered for such events through Rotary International.  As of 30 August 2017, Arthur J. Gallagher (AJG) is the new insurance broker for the Program.  To access insurance information online, such as certificates of insurance, policy summaries, and incident/claim forms, please visit Gallagher Insight website.   To learn more about the U.S. Rotary Club & District Insurance Program, as well as review copies of the actual insurance policies, summaries, loss control documents, and the certificate of insurance, please visit the Insurance Information Portal:


Please contact the District office for the Username and Password  608-204-9835 or

Note: Username and password are case-sensitive.  

U.S. Rotarians can also contact Gallagher by:
email: rotary@ajg.com
phone: 1.833.3ROTARY (1.833.376.8279)
Note: If your club or district had previously obtained a Certificate of Insurance from Lockton for an upcoming event, that Certificate is still valid because the coverage has not changed - only the Broker. 

Insurance Broker Rotary Risk Management
Gallagher Julita Brzozowska,
Risk Manager
Carol Dietz,
Assistant Risk Manager
Katie Rabs,
Risk Management Specialist
(833) 3ROTARY
(833) 376-8279
(847) 424-5394 (847) 424-5245 (847) 866-4494
rotary@ajg.com insurance@rotary.org

This portal is for U.S. Rotary club/district use only. Never give access to the portal to a non-Rotarian.

Please feel free to share the link/login to the Insurance Information Portal with those in your Club.
For certificates of insurance:
Please include in the Certificate Holder box:

Certificate Holder Name & Address and
RE: Rotary club/district name, Name of event /Date of event

PLEASE NOTE: The document you issue on the portal is your actual certificate of insurance.  It is not a request for a certificate.  

Updates on coverage from the Insurance Company:

Fireworks:  There is very limited coverage as relates to fireworks. Fireworks are considered a high risk activity by insurance underwriters; the Program’s coverage is limited to liability arising out of selling pre-wrapped fireworks purchased from a licensed third party or a fireworks display that is part of an event where a third party (not the Named Insured i.e. your local Rotary club) has contracted with a pyrotechnic company.  If the Rotary Club is a sponsor of an event where there are fireworks, the pyrotechnics company should include the Rotary Club as an Additional Insured on their policy (in addition to the party contracting with the pyrotechnics company).  
Club sponsored events with attendance of 25,000:  If your club is organizing an event that draws 25,000 or more attendees, your club is required to purchase a primary special events liability policy.  Include liquor liability if liquor is being served at the event.  When your club is a vendor at the State Fair, this requirement does not apply – but it does apply if your club organizes, sponsors or is putting on the large event.
NOTE:  Just as you cannot “lend” your health insurance coverage to another person you cannot “lend” the Club’s liability insurance to another nonprofit or an organization your Club is working or partnering with on an event.  Always confirm that the other organization has insurance coverage in place.

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