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Nonprofit Organization Superheroes Believe in Miracles Featured with Pittsburgh’s Brightest Stars in 2022 Calendar – CBS Pittsburgh

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Some local children are battling the toughest challenges as appropriate inspiration for the new year.

Courage and strength are some of the traits that local children battling illness use every day. Now you can have some of their superhero inspiration in your home.

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Local nonprofit Superheroes Believe in Miracles features some of Pittsburgh’s brightest stars on its 2022 calendar.

Founder Amy Faltot said: “Some are fighting cancer, some are fighting transplants. “But these kids were smiling and playing and handling it like superheroes.”

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Faltot started the nonprofit after her son faced health issues and she met other kids who were battling life’s toughest challenges.

“You’ll see life differently when you understand other people’s struggles,” says Faltot.

She began sending birthday packages to these special children in Pittsburgh and later to children all over the United States. Then the superhero calendar was born.

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This year, kids wearing custom guts will battle autism, leukemia, diabetes, organ transplants, and life-threatening food allergies like Giuliana Taylor, who dressed up as Giuliana Taylor. Rey Skywalker for her photo shoot.

Taylor was diagnosed with a severe egg and nut allergy.

“She exploded at least four times her normal size, she was completely unrecognizable,” said baby’s mother Sandra Taylor.

Guiliana Taylor had never eaten like most children. Food she cooks at home.

“Or go to school and then have lunch, we don’t go to school for lunch,” said the mother.

Part of the superhero calendar’s mission is to spread awareness of each child’s “crusade” and inspiration to others facing battles.

“They need prayers, and they always need people to understand the difference in other children, maybe a little more compassion,” says Faltot.

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Click here to know more about the calendar.

https://pittsburgh.cbslocal.com/2021/12/28/superheroes-believe-in-miracles-2022-calendar/ Nonprofit Organization Superheroes Believe in Miracles Featured with Pittsburgh’s Brightest Stars in 2022 Calendar – CBS Pittsburgh

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