With the Senate back in session last week, Democratic lawmakers revealed new legislation aimed at drastically expanding the federal government’s resources dedicated to the targeting and prosecution of child predators, developing new technologies to identify child sexual abuse material online, and funding leading community organizations that work to prevent children from becoming victims. In a … Continue reading Senate Lawmakers Seek $5 Billion to Track Down Child Predators Without Compromising Encryption
With so many phrases and terms being thrown at us every day relating to COVID-19, it’s enough to keep our heads spinning for a while. The most prominent term being discussed is social distancing – the entire world now recognizes the importance of staying six feet apart from one another. Even though our entire planet … Continue reading Life After Lock-down: Going Back into the Office
Reports of suspected child abuse in L.A. County have taken a nose-dive in recent weeks. That news may sound incredible during normal times, but in a COVID-19 world, that drop has advocates very concerned. According to a statement by DCFS Director Bobby Cagle, since the middle of March, L.A. County has seen a 40%-60% decrease … Continue reading A Big Drop in Child Abuse Reports in L.A. Leaves Advocates Worried, Not Relieved
All of us at Hawley & Associates would like to wish everyone a Happy Thanksgiving! Our Holiday Hour Are As Follows: Wednesday, November 27th, 2019 - Closing at 2 pm (PST) Thursday, November 28th, 2019 - Closed
Hurricane season begins June 1st, 2019 and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) is predicting a ‘near-normal’ hurricane season, due to El Nino and warmer-than-average Atlantic waters. They also predict a range of 9 to 15 named storms, which could include 2 to 4 major hurricanes (winds over 111 per hour). If you … Continue reading 2019 Hurricane Season – Is Your Nonprofit Ready?
According to Proofpoint’s newest Quarterly Threat Report, Q4 2018, the threat of Ransomware did decline at the end of 2018, but has opened the door for out-right cyber extortion. Extortion is an age-old crime that has found its way into the cyber world. This threat continues to gain traction as a multi-million-dollar criminal industry. The newest … Continue reading Cyber Extortion Up in 2018
Hawley & Associates is excited to announce the launch of our new website at http://www.hawleyandassociates.com! We wanted our new site to truly reflect who we are as an agency; a caring, innovative and customer-focused insurance brokerage who is dedicated in serving the social service and nonprofit community. The site has a fresh clean look, is user friendly and responsive on all … Continue reading Our New Website Is Here!
Every nonprofit has a life-cycle; some can be very long and last for many years, while others can be quite short in comparison. Nonprofits shut down for a variety of different reasons. One agency might dissolve due to a change in the market, another due to changing policies or guidelines, like we are experiencing with … Continue reading Extended Reporting Periods – When Does It Apply To Your Nonprofit?
Hawley & Associates strongly believes in giving back to the community. We encourage the support of local businesses and services operating in the areas that we all live and work. But, when it comes to your insurance broker, you may need to think beyond your hometown borders. Did you know that having a local broker … Continue reading Local Broker vs. Specialty Broker?
It may be funny to see a Valentine's Day message from a commercial insurance broker, but we felt it the perfect time to acknowledge and show our love for our amazing clients! Our clients dedicate themselves to serving the Social Service and Nonprofit community and unselfishly give back each and everyday. Their work makes the … Continue reading HAPPY VALENTINE’S DAY – We Love Our Clients (and here’s why)!