Meet our charity experts

At CA Support we pride ourselves on providing content that is both relevant and trustworthy.  When it comes to your mental and physical health, we want to ensure that we are sourcing the best information from a wide variety of experts in the field.  We now work with the following charities and mental health organisations to make sure we are delivering a best in class service to our students and members. Below is a flavour of the charities we have teamed up with.

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Shine is the national organisation dedicated to upholding the rights and addressing the needs of all those affected by mental ill health. Shine aims to empower people with mental ill health and their families through support, information and education. Our See Change programme is Ireland's national mental health stigma reduction partnership, working positively to reduce the stigma and discrimination associated with mental health problems.

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ARC Cancer Support Centres provides a range of services to people affected by cancer and their loved ones in a warm welcoming environment, away from the hospital setting. These include psychological, emotional, educational and practical support, complementary therapies and counselling services. All our services are free of charge Our Centres are 65 Eccles Street, Dublin 7,559 South Circular Rd Dublin 8 and Lowell House, Herbert Ave, Dublin 4.

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Drinkaware are delighted to work with Chartered Accountants Members Services to support employee alcohol awareness through our Workplace Wellness Programme.

Drinkaware’s mission is to work with others to fundamentally and permanently change attitudes and behaviours so that drinking to excess and drinking underage become unacceptable. We do this by raising awareness, creating understanding and supporting behaviour change through evidence-led education and effective communications.

To find out more about alcohol awareness programmes to support workplace wellness initiatives, please email or visit Registered Charity Number: 20204601

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A Lust for Life is a national wellbeing movement created to transform how we talk about and treat mental health. Our vision is a world where the wellbeing of humanity is the headliner on the main stage, and everything else, a support act. We started our life as a website, and since then, our mission has grown to (1) Support, inspire and empower people to take care of their own minds (2) Change societal/cultural norms around mental health and (3) Change societal infrastructure so that our culture and society always catch people when they fall. We are working to help break down the stigma around mental health by sharing personal stories and amplifying people’s experiences of a broken mental health system. We are advocating for change at policy level through our website, podcasts and live events. We platform artistic work to show there are many faces to mental wellbeing and mental ill-health; and many ways of coping, some beyond the reach of words. And we’re currently piloting an innovative new educational digital platform for children (aged 9-12) to share video content, created by them, for them; that address the psychological issues they face today.

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Spun Out is Ireland’s youth information website, by young people, for young people. We provide information to around 150,000+ active readers each month.

Established in 2005, Spun Out’s vision is help create an Ireland where young people aged between 16 and 25 are empowered with the information they need to live active, happy, and healthy lives.

Our aim is to educate and inform our readers about the importance of holistic wellbeing and how good health can be maintained, both physically and mentally.

We believe we should have easy access to relevant, reliable, and non-judgemental information and we are proud to provide our readers with a dynamic, responsive website full of up-to-date, factual information, free of any shame.

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Diversein is an award winning diversity and inclusion platform that brings people from different backgrounds together to make equal and happier workplaces. Diversein's mission is develop bespoke and sustainable strategies for companies to move forward on their diversity and inclusion journey, with diversity and inclusion news, consultancy services and events.


Age Action supports and advocates for equality and human rights for all older people. Each year, on average, 2,500 people contact Age Action’s Information Service about a wide range of issues that affect them and their families.

The Information Service is staffed by trained Information Officers who provide people with information and a listening ear in order to empower them to make informed decisions and choices about the issues that affect them.

Typically the Information Service answers questions on entitlements such as pensions or carers allowance, accessing community supports, accommodation issues such as fair deal scheme, homecare supports and age discrimination.