7th September 2018
Annecka Amos of Goldhay Arts named as Ethos' Community Hero of the Day.
The charity supports adults with learning disabilities to express themselves through performing and visual arts.
As Official Match Ball and Website sponsors, at every Cambridge United match day Ethos rewards an individual for their contribution to sport in the Cambridgeshire community as the Hero of the Day. At this Saturday's match against Carlisle United, Annecka Amos, Service Manager at Goldhay Arts, will be named as Hero of the Day.
To date, Goldhay Arts are still one of the only services for adults with learning disabilities in the Cambridgeshire area to specialise in performing and visual arts. With service users hosting, producing and performing in their own shows annually.
The Charity was formed in 1994 to offer an artistic programme, where individuals who access the service can develop their skills, focusing on enriching their day-to-day lives and moving forward to being active members of society, leading fulfilling lives.
Goldhay Arts is a charity which supports adults with learning disabilities to express themselves through performing and visual arts.
Being no stranger to financial challenges and the need to fundraise, the charity has been remarkably transformed over the last eight years, thanks to a committed Board of Trustees, Staff Team and Sponsors, one of those being Walters, part of the Ethos Group.
Annecka Amos, Service Manager at Goldhay Arts:
Goldhay is a unique and, we believe, a very valuable charity close to many people's hearts and we hope to remain this way, whilst constantly developing and improving to meet our service user's needs. We look forward to the next 24 years!
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