A young boy who's loved racing his entire life wants to take that love with him. 11-year-old Caleb Hammond in Oskaloosa has Leukemia and has one request: to have a casket covered in racing stickers.

Caleb's family had to make the difficult decision to not continue with the painful procedures that would not cure the Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia that he'd been fighting since he was nine. Instead, they were going to let Caleb do all the things he'd been missing out on.

The family has been spending as much time together with him as they can and have attended numerous racing and motorsports events.

Now they're requesting that people send him racing stickers so that his casket can be decorated. Stickers can be sent to: Caleb Hammond - 314 North J Street, Oskaloosa, IA 52577. Donations can also be made to Caleb's GoFundMe campaign.

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