CSSC is keen to develop beneficial relationships with key strategic partners. Some of our current partners include:
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 your 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.
The Charity for Civil Servants supports all civil servants, past and present, when times are tough, listening without judgement and offering practical, financial and emotional support.
The Charity’s support extends across the whole spectrum of money, caring and health and wellbeing.
For help and advice visit the Charity’s website at www.foryoubyyou.org.uk or speak to a trained advisor in confidence on 0800 056 2424.
English Heritage has now become a charity with an ambitious aim to become self-sufficient within the next 8 years, so the support from their Corporate Members is more vital than ever before.
Your Corporate Membership benefits remain unchanged and English Heritage's new charitable status has had no effect on our Corporate Membership Scheme. You can still enjoy the same benefits as before, including; free entry to over 280 sites for two adults and up to six children, as well as 15% off our online and on site shops.
The CSRF is a Civil Service charity dedicated to helping former civil servants and their dependants enjoy a better and more fulfilling retirement. We are funded by subscriptions and donations and have a range of subscriber benefits specifically for those who support us.
We 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 our work visit our website at www.csrf.org.uk or you can call Fellowship Office on 020 8691 7411 and speak to one of our friendly team or email your enquiry to: firstname.lastname@example.org.