When her 13th birthday rolls around soon, Dubbo's Molly Croft will have quite a few reasons to celebrate.
Molly is hoping to raise $208,000 for Ronald McDonald House, after already smashing her initial $46,000 goal.
Having stayed for 292 nights herself while undergoing treatment for osteosarcoma - which would have cost $46,000 - Molly was hoping to pay it forward and help someone else do the same.
But with just over a week until her birthday and the end of the campaign, Molly has already raised an incredible $142,000.
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Molly said there had been an amazing response, which she attributed to her positive attitude and constant campaigning, from sharing her story with NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian to appearing on The Today Show.
But it's been Dubbo that has really had Molly's back.
"I wouldn't have been able to get through what I have without you. Thank you for all the money you have donated and for joining my Mission," Molly said.
The campaign is not just about fundraising. Molly's mum Ange said she also wanted to highlight the importance of Ronald McDonald House in Westmead.
"I keep telling people, if you're down in Sydney, knock on the door and tell them you've heard about Molly's Mission and want a look through. Because when you walk through you walk out the other side going 'wow'. It's an amazing place," she said.
Even if that had $500,000 to spend on accommodation in Sydney, Ms Croft said the family would never have had somewhere as close by to Westmead Hospital or somewhere with such a loving support network.
Join Molly's Mission at mollysmission.com.au.
"Even if you can't donate just at least share the post and tell my story to share how wonderful Ronald McDonald House is," Molly said.