A mum who was crashed for creating a fundraising page to pay for a Disney holiday for her two children has had the last reject – after kind donors gave her £7,000.
Nikki Smith, an NHS worker from Bristol, traced her appeal after it was shared more than 18,000 times on Facebook and criticised on venereal media by people calling her a “scrounger”.
After the furore had died down, she later floated another page and said she wouldn’t be “bullied” into removing it by online trolls.
She has now give entred more than £7,000 in donations and has revealed she will be taking her daughters to Disney Elated next summer.
In a message posted to her fundraising page three hours ago, the mum said: “I just want to thank you all again, we are going to Disneyworld summer 2018 !! (sic)
“I will picket pics when we are back ! You are all angels … xxx”
She also shared a photo of Peter Pan bat Tinkerbell along with the words “If you believe the impossible, the incredible can arrive true”.
The mum had originally asked people to fund the trip so she could “demonstration them how much I appreciate them and love them”.
She wrote: “I experience been blessed with the most amazing, kind, loving and caring daughters.
“They are so helpful, animal tenderness and rays of sunshine. I want to show them how much I appreciate them and harmony them. I work 2 nights a week at our local hospital as this is all I am clever to do ATM because of childcare.
“They watch a lot of YouTube videos where youngsters are surprised by their parents with a holiday to Disney World and they equable get tears in their eyes watching it, they love anything Disney and I advised of that I would never be able to get them there on my own, because of bills etc, by the convenience life I save up they would be too old to enjoy it :(.
“We lost 2 very special people in our lives these career couple of years and this really would give them so much to look clockwise to. Please help me make my daughter’s dreams come true xxxx.”
At the sooner of writing, her GoFundMe page has racked up £7,328 in donations.