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The Charity for Civil Servants is the principal occupational charity for all current and former civil servants, and employees of Associated Organisations. In 2011 it provided financial support of £4 million to over 5,700 people and advice and referral to over 4,000 people. Visit the Charity's website http://www.foryoubyyou.org.uk which outlines the support they offer, how you can become involved (either by volunteering or fundraising) and personal stories of civil servants across the country who theyve helped through lifes unexpected challenges.
If you work, or have worked for the Civil Service, you and your family are eligible for affordable and flexible health insurance from CS Healthcare. Choosing the right health insurance can be difficult. With so many insurers and options to choose from, you want to make the right choice the right level of protection at the right price. The your choice health plan offers a selection of cover so you can choose what best suits you and your budget. For an instant quote visit www.cshealthcare.co.uk or call 0800 917 4325. FSA reg. no. 205346
As the largest provider of corporate sports and
leisure in the UK, CSSC provides activities and events at local,
regional and national levels. These cover everything from theatre
trips and greyhound racing, to surf camps and football festivals.
Membership costs just £3.80 per month and includes a huge
variety of Members' Offers on holidays, retail outlets, days out
and tourist attractions.
For more information see www.cssc.co.uk
The CSPA is a campaigning and lobbying group for pensioners from Civil Service and related pension schemes. They are an independent, non-party political organisation with an elected Executive Council, an annual policy-making conference and about 100 local Groups throughout the UK. They are the only organisation recognised by Government Departments, Agencies, etc as speaking for all Civil Service pensioners. The CSPA has nearly 65,000 members .
is a charity dedicated to ensuring all retired civil servants,
partners & dependants are provided with social activities,
volunteering, friendship, advice and lots more. We have a very
friendly and vibrant network of groups who are always pleased to
welcome new faces. So why not find out about what we can offer, get
in touch we would love to hear from you.
For more information call 020 8691 7411 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.csrf.org.uk
National Federation of Occupational Pensioners is the oldest and
the largest occupational pensioner organisation in the United
Kingdom. They have nearly 200 Branches around the country where you
can take part in social activities if you choose to do so. The
Branches offer fellowship and support locally. NFOP are the largest
occupational pensioner organisation in the UK and their voice is
listened to by the businesses from which their members come and by
Government. NFOP is about campaigning to improve the lives of our
members through improved pensions, health services and transport
amongst other things.
The BT Benevolent Fund serves the wider family of employees, pensioners and their dependents, the emphasis of its work being on the relief of financial hardship. Each year the Fund deals with around 600 new cases and also assists over 300 elderly people on very low incomes with weekly grants in support of living expenses. In all the Fund spends over £0.5m each year on charitable aid.
Civil and Public Service Artists (CPSA) is open to civil servants, to the whole of the public service, whether serving or retired, and to anyone else over the age of 18 who is interested in furthering its objects. These are simply to encourage, co-ordinate and offer practical assistance for the appreciation, practice and study of the fine and applied arts.
The Fellowship is a registered charity that exists to promote the welfare and interests of retired NHS staff. It was established in 1978 and has gone from strength to strength, enjoying the support of NHS Chief Executives at local and national level. Their local branches are a key part of the Fellowship and members enjoy a range of sporting, leisure and social activities. The Fellowship also has a Benevolent Fund to support members and their partners in financial need.
With over 66,000 members, HASSRA is one of the biggest sports and recreational Associations in Europe. Our aim is to provide a first class multi-layered sports, social & leisure programme for all members. Membership is open to all staff working in the Department of Health, Department for Work & Pensions, Food Standards Agency and the Executive Agencies of each of these business areas, including people who have retired and those employed by private contractors working on Departmental business.
The Communications and Public Service Lifeboat Fund (The Lifeboat Fund for short) is an official charity of the Civil Service, Royal Mail and BT. The Fund supports the work of the Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI) in saving lives at sea by raising money to provide new lifeboats and fund Crew Training in Northern Ireland. Since it was founded in 1866, The Lifeboat Fund has helped refurbish a new lifeboat station on the River Thames and provided 48 new lifeboats for the RNLI saving over 4,400 lives.
The SCPSW is an organisation which brings together those with a love of writing. You do not have to be a published author to join, and you will have the opportunity to feature in their own magazine. With meetings, workshops and competitions, the SCPSW cover all types of writing including poetry, short stories and articles. For more information please visit their website by clicking on the link above.
The Civil Service Club is a Private Members' Club located in the heart of of London within easy reach of Embankment Tube Station or Charing Cross Tube & Mainline trains. Membership is open to all serving and retired Civil and Public Servants, and provides access to overnight rooms at very competitive prices, as well as great food and entertainment. There are meeting facilities available on-site as well, so for more details, please click on the link above.
The Institute of Welfare is for all those engaged in people support, counselling and guidance. Their aim is to promote, foster awareness and access to informed, reliable and up-to-date 'welfare' services in the broadest sense for the support of the community as a whole. The Institute of Welfare aim to promote opportunities for all those involved in welfare and counselling services delivery to raise their professional standards by offering training, CPD and networking in an inclusive friendly environment. Their membership comprises both individuals and corporates .