Combined Pensioners & Superannuants Association
Promoting the rights of pensioners, superannuants and low-income retirees and improving their quality of life.
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The greater our membership, the louder is our voice
Membership is open to all those who support the Objectives of CPSA
Membership costs only $15 per annum which includes a free print copy of our monthly publication THE VOICE of Pensioners and Superannuants, delivered to your door.
Free Health Education Sessions for Seniors
Combined Pensioners & Superannuants Association’s Health Promotion Service offers free health education sessions via Zoom and face-to-face group sessions on several health topics:
- Arthritis Management
- Oral Health Care
- Diabetes Management
- Healthy Bones & Osteoporosis
- Healthy Bladder & Bowel Habits
- Falls Injury Prevention
- Medicine Management
The NSW Seniors Activities Guide
Senior activities in town and country NSW
The NSW Seniors Activities Guide has information about activities in town and country NSW. Whether it’s sports, games, chats, book clubs, social groups or anything else, the NSW Seniors Activities Guide can help you find the contacts for the local activities that interest you.
THE VOICE of Pensioners and Superannuants
CPSA’s monthly publication since 1958
The printed version is free for members and $32 for non-members. The eVOICE is also available for free. Download the latest issue; read through back issues; and subscribe to the printed version and/or eVOICE.
CPSA has been a voice since 1931
CPSA is a non-profit, non-party-political, membership association aiming to improve the standard of living and well-being of its constituents
CPSA promotes the rights, dignity and well-being of pensioners, superannuants and retirees on low incomes.
CPSA seeks a better deal on issues such as cost of living, health services, aged care, dental care, disability care, transport, and affordable housing and other essential services.
CPSA provides benevolent relief to pensioners, superannuants and low income low-income retirees.
Please donate to our important cause
All donations, no matter how big or small, help us make a difference
CPSA is funded by donations, membership fees and government grants and is endorsed by The Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission as a Registered Australian Charity and is endorsed by the Australian Taxation Office as a deductible gift recipient.
All donations, no matter how big or small, are gratefully received. Donations help CPSA to make a difference to those who do not have a voice.
Donations over $2 are tax deductible.