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The Eileen McCallum Trust is a charity registered in Scotland, No. SC041537


The Crown

The crown of the thistle represents royalty. In this case, Scottish TV royalty.

However, Eileen McCallum receives the crown in our thistle for the tireless campaigning she has done for all the boys and young men in Scotland who are living with Duchenne.

About Our Thistle Logo

The charity’s logo is based on a thistle, the national emblem of Scotland. However, there is more meaning to the design than just representing a Scottish charity.

The Flower

The flower of the thistle is blue, representing the boys with Duchenne.

The body of the flower intertwines to create a shield in the centre. This represents the courage and ‘strength’ of the boys and young men who battle with Duchenne muscular dystrophy on a daily basis.

The Leaves

The leaves of the thistle wrap around the flower.

This represents the parents and the charity fundraisers who provide much needed care and support to all the boys and young men.

Trade Marks Registry
registered under No. 2553904
23 July 2010

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