Why join RCPSAThe Retired Civil and public Servants Association, which was founded in 1945, represents 8,500, retired Civil Servants and Public Servants from An Post, Eircom and Coillte. This includes widowed persons, in receipt of a pension.
Your membership will give a strong voice to your Association to protect your pension and advocate on your behalf.
- We provide information and advice to individual members
- We work with other groups that advocate on behalf of retired workers including the Alliance of Retired Public Servants (ARPS) and the National Federation of Pensioner Associations (NFPA)
Ní neart go cur le chéile – There is strength in numbers.
Please join us and ensure an authoritative voice to fight for your entitlements.
Invitation to Join the RCPSA
The Retired Civil and Public Servants Association was founded in 1945. Membership is open to all retired Civil Servants and Public Servants, including P & T members from An Post, Eircom, Irish Aviation Authority, Coillte, Teagasc and professional groups approved in accordance with Rules. This includes widowed persons in receipt of a pension.
What do we do?
Our mission is to defend and promote the interests of members.
How do we do this?
We engage on our own and with other organisations representing retired public servants, seeking full pension restoration, protection of pensions entitlements, improvements and better services for members. We engage directly with Government representatives, making submissions on relevant Annual Budget issues. We have representation on the Alliance of Retired Public Servants, the ICTU Retired Workers Committee and the National Federation of Pensioner Associations.
We are governed by the Rules of the RCPSA that have been adopted by members and subject to change by the democratic agreement of the membership. We inform members on issues of interest through publication of regular Newsletters, use of our website, www.rcpsa.ie, Facebook and attendance by Council members at Branch AGM’s.
We would like to invite retired colleagues to join the Association. A strong membership is needed to ensure an authoritative voice.
The annual membership subscription is €20. The Payroll Shared Services Centre (PSSC) and An Post will deduct this in fortnightly instalments of 77c; Eir will deduct €1.67 in monthly instalments. Members from other professional groups can pay the Hon. Treasurer directly as outlined in the attached membership form.
If you wish to become a member, please complete the application form and return it to the address shown below. Payment methods are outlined on the form.
The annual membership subscription is €20.
An Post and PSSC will deduct this in fortnightly instalments of 77c. Eir will deduct in monthly instalments of 1.67.
New members from Coillte can pay the Hon. Treasurer direct as outlined in the attached membership form.
If you wish to become a member, please complete the application form, and return it to the address shown.