Charitable Support


EPAA is proud to be supporting the UK mental health charity MIND.

Every year, one in four of us will experience a mental health problem. But hundreds of thousands of people are still struggling.

MIND believes no-one should have to face a mental health problem alone. They will listen, give you support and advice, and fight your corner. 

As the national representative body for EAs and PAs, we will raise awareness and much needed funds via our membership across the UK.

Working with MIND means that we can point our members and their families in the right direction for support, should you be suffering with a mental health problem.

We want to play our part in ensuring that this is not a taboo and people feel able to talk and seek the support they need. Talking about mental health should be as easy as talking about ‘the weather’ or a beloved ‘cup of tea’. Still too many lives are being affected by this and indeed many lives lost.

Some of our work will be:

  • Every new member of EPAA receives information on MIND services and quick tips books in their membership pack
  • Regular features on MIND and their work will be supplied to members
  • Fundraising via our national events and partaking in challenges with other members
  • Taking part in national and global awareness days
  • Focus on workplace well-being

And much more…

We started our fundraising at our bi-annual conference in November 2016 – raising £1,000 via a charity prize draw!

Susie Barron-StubleyIn memory of Global EA Trainer & Coach – Susie Barron-Stubley

The EA/PA profession lost the most talented and incredible trainer and friend in November 2015. Susie Barron-Stubley, aged 45 tragically took her own life, after suffering with undiagnosed bi-polar. It was a terrible shock to all those who knew her, as she touched the lives of so many people across the world.

Susie trained, coached and changed the lives of thousands of Assistants across many countries. She was unique in the way she trained and taught her students – which transformed the way Assistants and indeed managers felt about the profession. Her thinking and research around the role shaped the way we work and support organisations and executives today.

She is very much in our thoughts as we raise awareness and funds – in honour for the legacy she left us as EAs and PAs.

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