Olivia Jakiel
Updated September 09, 2016 8:29 am
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It’s no secret that Taylor Swift is one of the most charitable celebrities around. From donating hundreds of thousands of dollars to people or organizations in need, to surprising fans with a simple phone call, nothing is too big or too small for Taylor when it comes to making someone’s day.

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And that’s exactly what she did for a Cincinnati police sergeant’s daughter, Meghan Hils! In a Facebook post, Meghan’s dad, Dan Hils, wrote:

“On March 1st of this year Meghan turned 18 and qualified for a wish through the Dream Foundation, the wish group for terminally ill adults. You can list two possible wishes. Meghan wanted a phone call or a video chat with Taylor Swift, but reasoned that she is so popular currently there would be little if any chance of her being reached.”

He posted the message to social media hoping it would go viral and reach Swift, and as you can guess, it totally worked! Taylor and Meghan Facetimed for about a half an hour and to express her gratitude towards the “Into the Woods” singer, Meghan created this awesome Facebook post, which reads: “The words thank you will never be enough to say to Taylor Alison Swift for this day & taking the time to video chat with me for 29 minutes on September 8th, 2016. Thank you from the bottom of my heart, Taylor.”

We’re so glad Meghan’s dream could come true!