Who is it for?
All civil servants.
What is it for?
The wide range of services provided by the Charity for Civil Servants is largely funded through the generosity of personal donations from people like you and your colleagues. You can find out more about the work of the Charity for Civil Servants on their website: The Charity for Civil Servants.
What do I get?
Signing up for a regular donation will ensure that the Charity for Civil Servants remains a source of help for Civil Service staff and their families long into the future.
The charity provides support for a variety of issues including financial problems such as cash flow issues and debt as well as other issues such as stress or bereavement.
How can I help?
There are four ways in which you can support the Charity for Civil Servants:
Make a regular contribution from your salary. You can complete the Charity for Civil Servants Donation Form by visiting The Charity for Civil Servants (www) and following the online instructions, or you can contact the fund by telephone on 0800 056 2424 and send your completed form to:
Help and Advisory Services
Make a regular contribution from your bank account. To make a regular contribution from your bank account, simply contact the Donor Care Team on 0800 056 2424. They will supply you with a Standing Order Mandate.
Make a one-off donation. You can make a single donation by credit card to the Donor Care Team, who can be contacted on 0800 056 2424 or by sending a cheque payable to the 'The Charity for Civil Servants' to:
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Make a voluntary deduction from your pension. To continue supporting the Charity for Civil Servants with your pension after you retire, you can complete the relevant section of your Personal Details Form (provided by DBS Civilian HR). Checking your most recent pay advice or deductions statement will allow you to find details of voluntary deductions you're currently making from your pay.
MOD will normally make any current deductions from your final payment of salary or wages up to the end of the calendar month in which you retire. Capita (the paying authority) will then commence the deductions you’ve requested in the following month
I need support from the Charity for Civil Servants – what do I do?
If you or your family are in need of assistance from the fund, please contact the Charity for Civil Servants direct on 0800 056 2424.
For more information on how to apply for help and advice from the Charity for Civil Servants, refer to ‘Obtain help & advice from The Charity for Civil Servants’.