Taylor Swift has established herself as so much more than just an arena-filling, squad-leading, cameo-assembling superstar -- she's also kind of an ~angel~ when it comes to coughing up major donations for sick little kiddos.
In July, Swift's contribution to the fundraising campaign of a young fan with leukemia led to a donation limit increase across the entire GoFundMe site from $15,000 to $50,000 allowed for a single donation. And on Wednesday (Sept. 30), she made good use of that new policy for a member of her extended tour fam.
One of Swift's 1989 World Tour back-up dancers, Kim "Toshi" Davidson, revealed that his 13-month-old nephew was recently diagnosed with cancer -- with his exact condition and prognosis are still TBD -- after being in the hospital for several weeks.
Baby Ayden's mother Lindsey was said to have been let go of her job after missing so much work to be by her little guy's side, so a fundraising campaign was set up on the family's behalf to help.
Taylor Swift quickly stepped up to the plate and matched the new GoFundMe limit with a $50,000 to the campaign, writing, "Baby Ayden, I'm lucky enough to perform with your uncle Toshi on tour. All of us are praying for you and your mama and sending so much love your way. Love, Taylor."
Toshi, of course, was extremely touched by Tay's generous gesture and thanked her profusely for the surprise support on Instagram.
"So I get off the plane in Toronto and this is the 1st thing I see... @taylorswift is an angel and My family and I can't thank her enough," he wrote. "She is such an incredible human being... This will help Lil Toshi in this time of need... Let's pray for him to beat this... This unexpected gift is truly a blessing."
Ayden's family was also touched by the pop singer's offering and wrote that the money "will allow Lindsey to focus on Ayden and be with him day and night without having to leave his side."
Cancer is a subject that hits very close to Taylor Swift because her own mother, Andrea Finlay, was unfortunately also diagnosed with cancer earlier this year.