Callum’s gift

A local boy has set up a charity to support siblings of young cancer patients at Princess Royal Hospital. Callum Finazzi was eight when his brother Liam was diagnosed with leukaemia in 2016 which, together with his subsequent catastrophic brain injury during treatment, turned Callum’s world upside down.
Callum’s aim is to help support other siblings pass the time and bring smiles to their faces while their brother or sister is being treated.
Fundraising started with a sponsored walk up the Wrekin, raising over £400, and next in line for Callum and team is a fun football tournament and family day on Sunday 1 September at Shifnal Town FC.
To donate or look for ways to help, visit or search @Cal-Sibz on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.


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