2-year-old Elliot Shafer, the son of a Fresno Police Department employee, was born blind from a genetic condition and was later diagnosed with stage 5 kidney failure. He is awaiting a kidney transplant. Wednesday, March 16 until 2 p.m. Fresno police are holding a fundraiser to help Elliot’s family with medical expenses.
2-year-old Elliot Shafer, the son of a Fresno Police Department employee, was born blind from a genetic condition and was later diagnosed with stage 5 kidney failure. He is awaiting a kidney transplant. Wednesday, March 16 until 2 p.m. Fresno police are holding a fundraiser to help Elliot’s family with medical expenses.
2-year-old Elliot Shafer, the son of a Fresno Police Department employee, was born blind from a genetic condition and was later diagnosed with stage 5 kidney failure. He is awaiting a kidney transplant. Wednesday, March 16 until 2 p.m. Fresno police are holding a fundraiser to help Elliot’s family with medical expenses.

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