Mike Fraser Photography are proud to support these fantastic charities:
FRIENDS OF ANCHOR
"The Aberdeen and North Centre for Haematology, Oncology and Radiotherapy (ANCHOR) unit is an NHS department at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary which treats patients with all forms of cancer, leukaemia and benign blood disorders throughout the North-east of Scotland including Orkney and Shetland. Friends of ANCHOR was set up to directly support the ANCHOR unit."
GRAMPIAN HOSPITALS ART TRUST
"Grampian Hospitals Art Trust SCIO (GHAT) is a registered Scottish charity which was launched in 1985 with the main aim of enhancing healthcare spaces throughout Grampian by the provision of art and artworks. Today GHAT has an impressive collection of over 4,000 works that are installed in hospitals and healthcare spaces throughout the North East region."
MRS MURRAYS CAT AND DOG HOME
"We care for lost and stray dogs and cats, and help rehome animals whose owners can no longer care for them. Each year 1500 animals pass through our gates, and we depend on public donations and legacies to help us secure each and every one with a happy future."
"Funding Neuro funds research focused on solving the common problems which hinder progress towards cures and effective treatments for all conditions which affect the brain and spinal column. Together with our sister organisation, Wobbly Williams, we stage spectacular and very different events to raise the money required to advance the research that we believe will make the difference."
"The Scottish SPCA is Scotland's animal welfare charity. We rescue animals in danger, find pets new homes, investigate abuse and prevent cruelty through our free Prevention through Education programme for Scottish schools. Founded in 1839, the Scottish SPCA has been helping animals in Scotland for over 175 years.
We are the only animal charity in the UK recognised as a reporting agency to the Crown Office. This means our inspectors can enforce the Animal Health and Welfare (Scotland) Act 2006.
Donations are vital because we receive no government or lottery funding."