We thought it wasn’t possible to love Taylor Swift more than we currently do, but it appears we were wrong.
Earlier this month, the 28-year-old Grammy winner met Jacob Hill, an 8-year-old boy with autism who she helped get a service dog.
If you think her charitable deeds couldn’t get any better than this, think again!
Swift gifted front-row seats and backstage passes to Jacob, his service dog, Reid, his mother, Allison Hill and sister, Jordan Fox.
“Taylor Swift was so kind. She said Reid was a big puffball and so cute. She was especially awesome with Jacob. She didn’t see my son’s disability she just saw him,” Allison wrote in a Facebook post for Autism Speaks. “She got on her knees and looked him right in the eyes and said hello and she was thankful HE came to her show even though she knew it was loud and there was so much going on.”
“After the picture was taken, the flash scared him so he snuggled right up to her and her sweet smile says it all. My daughter, Jordan, was pumped to meet her. We feel so blessed! Taylor is such an amazing person for doing this for us…again! Jacob made it through almost the entire concert.”
This isn’t the first time the two have crossed paths. When Hill was 5-years-old, Swift donated $10,000 to the young fan so that he could get a therapy dog. Since then, Jacob has been able to walk through supermarkets, cross busy streets and avoid dangerous situations.