Kathie Bates is moving on to a new post after 8 years with Civil Service Local the last few as the Head of what she calls an amazing team and doing the best job she has ever had...
A National Spotlight
Selected articles that may be of wider interest than the local region
Together with Carers UK, The Charity for Civil Servants have developed a new Digital Resource for carers.
A day to share something to inspire and help others make a positive change.
Without hard work and the amazing and inspiring contribution of dedicated members none of our networks would exist so thank you to everyone for your continuing support and involvement.
Don't miss this exciting opportunity to come and work with one of our local teams project managing our amazing Academies
Reflections from the CS Local Academy Showcase event in London
Get your team together now to sign up for this year's Charity for Civil Servants Walking Challenge to improve your wellbeing, your health and your fitness and fundraise for your community.
7 years - 31 talent academies - 1,600 leaders - over 30 departments and agencies - 250 facilitators. We are inviting those who have been involved to meet to reflect on and celebrate our success.
In October The Charity for Civil Servants launched a chatbot, ‘DogBot’ and their Wellbeing Hub. These tools brought together their most popular wellbeing self-help resources, enabling users to identify, choose and receive information direct to their inbox. Additional and refreshed …
Civil Service Local and MCR Pathways mentoring charity want to share with you the incredible power in small actions. Every person can create a wave of change that resonates for a lifetime - join us and find out how.
Team Chaffinch from our 2017 Junior Leaders Academy share some wellbeing tips to help banish the winter blues.
One of the highlights of our recent conference was sharing some of the amazing things we’ve been doing throughout the year, moments that have made us proud and which we could not have done without the help of all our fantastic helpers and supporters.
Making ourselves as inclusive as possible and inspiring our colleagues to be as inclusive as possible too, always looking to make things better for others in the future.
Dig out your festive woollies (yes the one hidden in the back of your wardrobe) to support The Charity for Civil Servants’ Christmas Jumper Day on Thursday 13 December
The Tell Us Once service was designed to make things simpler for bereaved families. Find out more about the service here.
Today (12 November) the Charity for Civil Servants is launching ‘JaneBot’, a fun, interactive, virtual money advisor. JaneBot has access to a host of information, digital tools, calculators and downloads to help you make the most of your money.
There is still time to ‘Get Yellow’ ‘Get Yellow’ is The Charity for Civil Servants’ annual community fundraising week, which has been taking place this week, 29 October to 2 November! This year the annual fundraising event coincided beautifully with …
This is an opportunity for you to hear from colleagues from ONS about their plans for the 2021 Census – how it is evolving to reflect changes in society, using new technology (the Census is moving online).
Do you know someone who deserves a little recognition? Nominations for The Charity for Civil Servants Community Awards are open until 29th October. Find out a little more.
As Christmas approaches, it is an especially important time to spare a thought for people more vulnerable than ourselves.