Learn more about the organisations that we partner with
Building strong relationships with key strategic partners enables us to deliver benefits to our members. We seek organisations that match our ethos and meet our members' interests.
On 17 May 2019 CSSC signed the Armed Forces Covenant, pledging to treat those who have served, continue to serve and their families, with fairness and respect in the community, economy and society.
By signing this extremely important document we proudly commit to:
- encourage the Armed Forces to join our membership;
- employ and support veterans and families through our paid and volunteering opportunities;
- support local cadet units and employees who wish to be reservists;
- actively participate in Armed Forces day;
- explore new ways to engage with personnel and their families;
- develop a strategic relationship with the services community.
Founded in 1890, the Civil Service Insurance Society (CSIS) has now evolved into a modern, multi-award winning insurance provider, offering a range of insurance products to current, former and retired civil and public servants and their partners.
They offer quality products at competitive prices with exceptional customer service and, being a “not for profit” organisation, all profits are donated to Civil and Public Service Charities through their partner the CSIS Charity Fund. In the last decade alone they have donated over £7 million to be distributed to charitable organisations.
The Charity for Civil Servants (CFCS)
A charity that provides services and advice to offer assistance with all the things that we all face from time-to-time. We know that one problem can lead to another, so we look at the whole picture.
Moreover, if you are experiencing financial difficulties, or if circumstances are making it particularly difficult to manage, we may be able to offer financial help.
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.
Their services include two national befriending schemes, local community groups, general information, advice and signposting to a wide range of other supportive organisations.