We are very proud to support Finley's Touch an amazing charity.

Finley had a very rare form of childhood leukaemia, called Juvenile myelomonocytic leukaemia.

Finley battled his illness heroically, undergoing 3 Stem Cell Transplants.  Despite amazing care, he could not be cured and passed away 6th December 2021 aged 8.

How Finley's Touch helps?

You've been touched by Finley...

Finley's Touch officially launched on Finley's 9th Birthday, 7th July 2022. Donations support children in the two hospitals that looked after Finn so well; Great Ormond Street Hospital in London and The Royal Alexandra in Brighton.  The charity's primary mission is to supply Hospital Survival Bags to every child that goes through Fox and Robin Wards at GOSH and to supply financial grants to families undergoing cancer treatment at the Royal Alex.  

How Finley's Touch was built:

No parent wants to set up a charity in their child's name.  

To lose someone so incredibly special, such a beautiful boy like Finley, has had a devastating affect on his family.  

HIs family have 'thrown (their) grief into building Finley's Touch'.

In setting up his charity, it shares his hope, his fun and his happiness.

You can see it in his brother Jacob.  You see it in his friends.

It is such an incredible energy, that it must be shared.  The world is a better place for it.


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