CALICO (Cancer and Leukaemia In Children Orientated) is a local charitable organisation in the Grampian Region set up in 1983. Our aim to help and support all families who have children suffering from cancer, leukaemia or cancer related illness.
The first priority of CALICO is to the family of any child with cancer of leukaemia to alleviate, where possible, financial stress caused by additional expenses.
Each year CALICO helps with the provision of essential equipment for the Oncology Ward as the Royal Aberdeen Children's Hospital as well as toys, games and craft supplies for the outpatients department.
We also fund The Rainbow Trail. These beads represent procedures, interventions and outcomes and are given to each child as they start and then move through their cancer journey.
CALICO is a local charity where every penny raised goes to helping the families affected by cancer.
Registered charity SC005795.
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Essential equipment is provided by CALICO for the Oncology Ward at Royal Aberdeen Children’s Hospital and CALICO also provides toys, games etc. for the outpatients department. Requests from other relevant departments are also considered and from time to time, a donation is made to the local Leukaemia Research Fund.
CALICO is a charity which raises funds locally and uses these funds locally.
Magnus Harcus - Chairman
Ida Innes - Secretary
Stuart Wyness - Treasurer