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CASSI Updates: May 2018

May 01, 2018


CASSI would like to thank all of those who have provided feedback in their December/January survey. In recognition f this, Chartered Accountants Ireland will make a donation to Mental Health Ireland for €500.


CASSM held an expedition west to County Clare on the last weekend in April. The trip was a welcome chance for its hard-working members to relax, unwind, and enjoy what Lahinch and Ennis had to offer after a busy busy-season and before exam season really kicks off!

Some of the activities included mystery games, scenic walking, team bonding, surfing, and socialising with the locals. Reports have been overwhelmingly positive, with many people saying they cannot wait for the next CASSM trip away.


CASSG held their annual quiz recently where funds were raised for this year’s chosen charities, The Kevin Bell Repatriation Trust and Galway Hospice. Thank you to the local businesses around the Galway area who generously sponsored  prizes for the night. 

CASSG met with Morgan McKinley and are in the process of organising career events in the west. 

Lastly, CASSG have further plans for more events and activities in the pipe line, so please stay in touch with the Facebook page for further updates.


April was a busy month for CASSD as they had two of the most anticipated events on their calendar. 

First was the CASSD Annual Quiz which took place in Opium on Camden Street. The night was an enormous success with almost €1000 raised for Debra Ireland. CASSD would like to thank all who took part and organised for making it such a stellar night.

CASSD also held their Leinster Match Day event as the boys in blue took on the tricky Italian Treviso. Sadly the result did not go our way, as Treviso recorded the first ever win for an Italian club at the D4tress. Over 100 accountants were there cheering and having a few well deserved drinks. 


The CASSU committee are currently planning a mindfulness night with Aware NI. The proceeds will be going directly to the charity and the aim is to 
help members of the society with minding their mental health ahead of their exams. Details will be given shortly.