Our Trusted Partners
At MyCSP we work closely with organisations who provide help and support to all our members. Each of these organisations has long-standing links to the Civil Service and operates either as a charity itself or as a not for profit organisation donating all surplus to civil service charities. We hope that you find their services useful.
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Civil Service Pensioners Alliance
The primary aims of the Civil Service Pensioners' Alliance (CSPA) are to maintain and improve the Civil Service and related Pension Schemes; the CSPA also promotes the economic and social wellbeing of older people generally. The CSPA is an independent, non-party political organisation, whose policies are determined by its members. CSPA is also the only organisation recognised by the Cabinet Office, other Government Departments and Agencies as representative of Civil Service pensioners. CSPA also provides a wide range of membership benefits, offers assistance & representation to members with problems relating to their pensions & related matters and the opportunity for its members to become engaged in a range of campaign and other activities.
The Charity for Civil Servants
The Charity for Civil Servants is not a membership organisation. It is here to help all current and former civil servants and their dependants who may have personal difficulties, be struggling, suffering hardship or in need, by offering support, advice and financial assistance, during their working lives and in retirement.
Established over 126 years ago, and until recently known as The Civil Service Benevolent Fund, the Charity actively makes a difference to thousands of people who face unexpected challenges and who have nowhere else to turn for assistance.
CSSC Sports & Leisure
Get more out of life with CSSC. Try something new with our huge range of taster days, take part in our sporting activities, enjoy savings when you shop, on gym memberships, eating out and more. Benefit from our rich online resource of wellness and health information. Become a member and achieve your sporting, health and wellness goals with CSSC.
CSSC Sports & Leisure provides a huge range of sports, leisure and lifestyle benefits to over 120,000 members. The aim of CSSC is to help maintain and promote the health and wellbeing of the civil service and public sector.
The Civil Service Retirement Fellowship
We are a Civil Service charity dedicated to helping retired civil servants, widows/widowers, partners and dependants, enjoy a better and more fulfilling retirement. We operate a range of welfare, volunteering and leisure activities all run and supported by volunteers. In particular there are two national befriending schemes, the Phone Buddy scheme and National Visitors Network which provide telephone based friendship calls and home visits to any beneficiary experiencing loneliness or social isolation. In 2016 we launched the Carers Support Scheme (with support from the CSIS Charity Fund), a new pilot offering free respite days for older carers in London and the South East.
We’d love to hear from you – so if you’d like to find out more about how to get involved please give us a call or send us an email.
Civil Service Insurance Society
The Civil Service Insurance Society provides specially negotiated home, motor and travel insurance to all current and former civil servants, public servants and their partners. Founded in 1890, CSIS is able to offer its specially negotiated insurance schemes to all current, former and retired Civil and Public Servants and their partners.
CSIS is a true not for profit organisation and donates all surplus income to civil and public service charitable organisations through its partnership with the CSIS Charity Fund.
Civil Service Motoring Association
The Club has been established since 1923 and today has over 300,000 members drawn from civil servants, public sector company employees and their families.
The Club is run by members for members and their aim is to help them get more for their money and more enjoyment out of life.
CS Healthcare stands apart from many of their competitors as a mutual friendly society established to protect the health of members and their families. With over 85 years of experience their mutual status means they can focus on looking after members and do not have any shareholders. With CS Healthcare the cost of private hospital treatment is covered for eligible medical conditions arising after your cover begins, providing peace of mind for you and your family. A range of health plans are available from which to choose, depending on the level of cover you require and how much you can afford. Choose from:
Connecting you to affordable healthcare
HealthBridge is CS Healthcare’s lower-priced plan designed to bridge the gap between the NHS and private healthcare. Each person on the plan is covered up to an overall treatment limit of £15,000 per policy year, providing cover for diagnostic tests, scans, consultations, surgery and a package of recovery benefits all arranged quickly at a hospital convenient to you, and guided by CS Healthcare.
Comprehensive health insurance
your choice health insurance offers a menu of cover options so that you can create your own package of health protection. You build your health care plan depending on how much cover you feel you require and how much you want to spend.
Starting with Essential cover for in-patient/day-patient treatment, including diagnostic scans and necessary aftercare, you can select further options to extend your plan to include diagnostic consultations, a range of therapy and recovery care, heart and cancer treatment and also cash benefits for dental, optical and health screening. With your choice you have access to over 300 independent hospitals across the UK.
For more information call 0800 917 4325^ or visit the website at www.cshealthcare.co.uk
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