The Charity for Civil Servants makes an incredible impact on the lives of those people who come to us for support.
But we can't do it alone. It's only by working in partnership with many other organisations that we makes things happen.
And because we're building a lifelong community, we look for partners who share our values. The partners listed below all play their role in helping us support you and your financial dependants.
Civil Service Insurance Society (CSIS)
The Civil Service Insurance Society is a Not for Profit organisation, providing specially negotiated home, motor and travel insurance to all current and former civil and public servants and their partners.
CSIS charges NO ADMINISTRATION FEES of any kind and has won several awards for their trusted and transparent approach to insurance.
CSIS donates all its profits to the CSIS Charity Fund, an independent charity dedicated to helping current and former civil and public servants and their families to get through tough times in their lives. It has made grants to around 100 organisations including The Charity for Civil Servants, and supported the spouses of deceased policyholders, for more than a century. In the last decade some £7.5 million has gone to these causes, returning help to the communities from which the funds were generated.
Civil Service Pensioners' Alliance (CSPA)
CSPA has been working hard for over 60 years on behalf of their members. They make sure that you get the best from your retirement. They meet regularly with the Cabinet Office to protect the value of civil service pensions, provide excellent membership services and great value for money. They want a better later life for everyone!
With their 55,000 members and local groups, they are a powerful, independent voice for retired civil servants and older people. They also provide a whole host of member services and benefits designed to meet the needs of pensioners; their quarterly members magazine and friendly local groups keep you in touch with former colleagues and with issues of interest, and their special deals on travel, car and home insurance and high street shopping discounts save you money!
CSSC Sports & Leisure
With CSSC Sports & Leisure membership you’ll get access to a huge range of sports, leisure and health benefits at phenomenal prices. Plus, make great savings on online shopping, home fitness, and home entertainment.
CSSC are a not-for-profit membership organisation with over 160,000 members. Enjoy great benefits for whether you’re at home:
- Catch blockbuster movies with deals on streaming services from comfort of your own sofa
- Save on deliveries and collections at many great restaurants a complimentary tastecard
- Make everyday savings from your favourite stores online to get more from your shopping basket
Or out and about:
- Unlimited visits to Kew Gardens and Wakehurst, Kew’s wild botanic garden in Sussex
- Savings at favourite restaurants with 50% off food or 2-for-1 meals with a free tastecard
- Unmissable local and national cinema offers at Cineworld, ODEON, Empire and Vue and more
The Civil Service Retirement Fellowship (CSRF)
The CSRF is a Civil Service charity dedicated to helping former civil servants and their dependants enjoy a better and more fulfilling retirement. They are funded by subscriptions and donations and have a range of subscriber benefits specifically for those who support them.
The CSRF run a range of services (including two national befriending schemes to reduce social isolation and loneliness in later life), local community groups (providing advice, educational speakers and leisure activities) and offer general information, advice and signposting to a wide range of other supportive organisations.
If you would like to find out more about any aspect of their work visit their website at www.csrf.org.uk or you can call Fellowship Office on 020 8691 7411 and speak to one of their friendly team. Alternatively email your enquiry to: email@example.com
Civil Service Pensions
The Civil Service Pensions website holds useful information for members whether they’re active, deferred or pensioners.
Pensions can often seem like a complex subject but the site is full of useful guidance including 'Members like me' and 'What to expect' guides. From claiming your pension to leaving the Civil Service Pension arrangements early, the guides take you through an easy to follow, step by step process detailing what you can expect your employer to do and what you'll need to do.