Combined Pensioners & Superannuants Association of NSW Inc
Promoting the rights of pensioners, superannuants and low-income retirees and improving their quality of life
CPSA is a non-profit, non-party-political membership association
CPSA’s aim is to improve the standard of living and well-being of its members and constituents
CPSA is a non-profit, non-party-political membership association founded in 1931 which serves pensioners of all ages, superannuants and low-income retirees. CPSA’s aim is to improve the standard of living and well-being of its members and constituents. Membership is open to those who agree with the objectives and core policies of CPSA and is comprised of individual members and affiliated organisations.
CPSA is well informed of the needs, aspirations and concerns of its members and constituents. CPSA through its Executive, Area Council, Branches and staff liaises with governments at all levels, community organisations and the media to promote its objectives, policies, activities and services.
Branches give members access to affordable social activities and the opportunity to participate in local community events, as well as personal support in times of need.
CPSA receives funding support from the New South Wales Government.
A fair and just society for all people on low incomes
Our vision is a fair deal for pensioners of all ages, low-income retirees and people on low-incomes within a fair and just society in which people have adequate living standards and equitable access to the services they need; their rights, needs, concerns and aspirations are respected; and they have a say in the decisions which affect their lives.
To promote the rights of all people on low incomes
Our mission is to promote the rights, dignity and well-being of pensioners, superannuants, retirees and all other people on low incomes. We do this by acting as an informed and representative voice of people on low incomes; helping to equip them with the information and skills they need to take part in decision-making and to act as their own advocates; and by promoting understanding in the broader community about the needs, views and aspirations of people on low incomes.