Taylor Swift's Latest Good Deed: Donating $50K To Backup Dancer's Family Member

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Taylor Swift, our benevolent and beauteous gifting bird of paradise has once again used her fame and fortune for the greater good.

People magazine reported on Thursday that the "Wildest Dreams" singer has donated $50,000 to the cancer-stricken nephew of one of her 1989 tour backup dancers, Kim "Toshi" Davidson. Swift's generous donation was paid through a GoFundMe page, which was set up for the 13-month-old named Ayden.

Swift even left a message on the page — which is titled "Help Baby Ayden Beat Cancer"— reading, "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."

The original goal for Ayden's page was set for $20,000, but it's safe to say that Swift helped them go well beyond that. Davidson was touched by the gesture from the pop star and took to his Instagram to express his gratitude, stating, "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... 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."

An update on Ayden's page on Thursday morning alerted friends, family, and well-wishers, "Thank you so much for ALL of the outpouring of LOVE and PRAYERS and SUPPORT!!! TEAM AYDEN you are AMAZING!!! Little Ayden was transported yesterday to the Children's Hospital where he will undergo a biopsy to determine exactly what type of cancer he has. We are praying for you Ayden! We love you!!! Thank you so much everyone!"
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