After submitting your form you will receive a confirmation email in 1-3 business days. Program approvals may take several weeks and the team may ask clarifying questions during the process.
Every month House of Hope “locks in” the program schedule for the upcoming month by the second Friday of the month to allow for ample time for outreach. Please factor in this monthly deadline when submitting program requests. If you have any questions, please contact our Site Coordinator at email@example.com or (772) 286-4673 x1600.
Our liability and insurance requirements are described in the MOU as the following:
“Partner Agency shall defend and indemnify HOH, its successors and assigns, officers, directors, employees, andsupervisory volunteers, (collectively, “Indemnified Parties”) from and against all third party claims, actions, suits,demands, damages, obligations, losses, settlements, judgments, costs and expenses (including without limitationreasonable attorneys’ fees and costs) (“Claims”) which arise out of or relate to (1) death or bodily injury or (2) loss ofor damage to real property resulting from any negligent act or willful misconduct of Partner Agency except to theextent that such Losses result from, in whole or in part, (a) the negligence, unlawful or wrongful acts of theIndemnified Parties or any other person acting in concert with them.”
The partner, at its cost, shall provide general liability coverage in the amount of One Million and No Cents ($1,000,000.00) Dollars per occurrence and Two Million and No Cents ($2,000,000.00) Dollars in the aggregate.
At the time of execution of the MOU, partner shall provide an insurance certificate in a manner or form reasonably acceptable to House of Hope, Inc. The named additional insured must include the following: Jesus House of Hope, Inc. , its successors and assigns, officers, directors, employees, and supervisory volunteers are included as additional insured and it should be sent to: Attn: Director of Operations, 2484 SE Bonita Street, Stuart, FL 34997.
The partner shall also secure Workers Compensation coverage at the statutory minimum amount whether or not the partner is required to do so by Chapter 440, Florida Statutes.