Fraternity Helps Mom With Cancer Fulfill Her Greatest Dying Wish For Her Daughter

She wants her daughter to have one long-lasting memory of her.

Savannah Cashman Morgan's dying wish is about to come true.

After doctors diagnosed her with stage 4 ovarian cancer and gave her only a few weeks to live, the 19-year-old wanted to spend the last hurrah with her 4-year-old daughter at Disney World.

So she set up a GoFundMe crowdsourcing page to raise money to fulfill her wish.

"Everything helps and remember — no donation is too small, or too large," she wrote.

Strangers and friends donated sums as little as $5 and as much as $100, but the donation Austin Peay State University's Alphi Phi Alpha made changed the game. They presented a $1,500 check to Morgan just 3 days after finding out about the fundraiser, WFLA reports.

Her story hit home for President Andrew Montgomery, who says he has friends at home with kids. And he wasn't the only one. Other people must have also been affected as well, because Morgan has already reached her $10,000 goal.

It's not your typical fairy-tale ending, but one Morgan's daughter will cherish, forever.

WJHL.com (H/T: Buzzfeed News)