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Julie Dear

In Memory of Colin Forsyth

collecting donations in memory of Dad for Autism Together because his grandson, Matthew Dear, needs their services

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Autism Together

We provide a range of services and support to individuals with autism.

Charity Registration No. 1007878

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Thank you for taking the time to visit our JustGiving page.

My father, Colin Forsyth, died suddenly and unexpectedly of a heart attack on 31st May 2018. 

A charity close to Dad's heart was Autism Together, who provide care and supported living for his eldest grandson, Matthew, now 24. Explaining that his beloved Grandad has died will not be an easy task; however, I know that Autism Together will be there to support me in doing so and also to support Matt through what lies ahead.

The celebration of Dad’s life will be held on Monday 25th June, 10:30am, at St Aelred Church in York, https://middlesbrough-diocese.org.uk/parish…/st-aelred-york/. It will then continue at Heworth Amateur Rugby League Club, http://hewortharlfc.co.uk/ 
The day would have been Dad's 71st birthday.
Family flowers only please - you are very welcome to show your condolences by way of a donation to this worthwhile cause, either at the church or online.

Autism Together have been dedicated to caring exclusively for people with autism for nearly 50 years. They are committed to understanding each individual with this complex condition and to providing each with the structure to live life to the full, based on their personal needs and aspirations.
Autism is a lifelong condition which affects each person uniquely. It can affect a person’s ability to form relationships, to communicate and to understand the world around them.

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