Goldcrest House

Tea Party Fundraising Success

Tea party fundraising success at Goldcrest House.

Take a look at the photos from our fundraising event organised by Mary for #theguidedogs #teaparty 🍰.

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Thank you to everyone who took part and helped us to make this event a success, we raised a fabulous £365.00 with our #tombola #BBQ #cakestall #goldcresthouse #lifechangers

Horticulture at Goldcrest

Nothing signals summer like horticulture activities at Goldcrest House.

And just look at these beautiful bustling and blooming planters of flowers and plants tended to and pampered by our very own Mr Green Fingers.

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#Gardenjoy #Nature #Autismcommunity #Autismadults

Goldcrest House Catch the Running Bug For Charity

Catching the running bug are Pam and Chris, who have taken their love of participating in the Goole 5k Parkrun one step further by signing up for the British Heart Foundation’s ‘A Marathon in May’ fundraising initiative.

Gradually building up their mileage from three miles to 26.2, Pam and Chris took on the challenge to raise funds for life saving research, at their own pace, in their own way, raising a grand total of £176.43 from generous sponsors.

Mary Casson, support worker at Goldcrest House says: “Pam and Chris have really embraced this initiative. From taking part in Saturday’s Parkrun, at West Park in Goole, Their enthusiasm for fitness and taking on challenges has really captured their imagination, so when I saw this initiative from the British Heart Foundation I thought, I know two people who will like this!”

Pam and Chris presenting the funds raised to the British Heart Foundation.

Pam and Chris presenting the funds raised to the British Heart Foundation.


Wonderful piece of feedback from the charity Cruse Bereavement Care

So grateful to receive a wonderful piece of feedback from the charity Cruse Bereavement Care about how Goldcrest House contributed to their very valuable work – looking forward to welcoming you at Goldcrest House in September:

“Dear Harry
I am writing on behalf of Goole Cruse to thank you most sincerely for taking the trouble to come and speak to us, and providing recommendations on the best ways we can support bereaved clients who are on the autistic spectrum. I made lots of notes. There were lots of positive comments about your talk at the close of the session, and we are keen to come and visit Goldcrest House. Once again, we learnt much from your talk.”
Best wishes