A heartbroken aunt has said goodbye to her seven-year-old niece in the most touching yet heart-wrenching tribute.
The woman, known only as Taisce on Imgur, posted photos of her niece Katherine King on the social sharing site.
With each photo, she wrote a caption about what Katherine should have been able to do and achieve in her life, if she hadn't been taken so soon.
Katherine's aunt explained that on 2 June 2015 her beloved niece was told she had an inoperable tumour on her brain stem.
She was given nine months to live.
One year after her diagnosis, on 7 June 2016, the little girl lost her battle to cancer aged just seven.
In the touching tribute, Taisce told of how Katherine was selfless and kind, and always worried about others rather than herself.
She told of how she used her time left on earth to raise awareness and money so that others could live.
Taisce said she shared the photos of her niece, who she called "Katherine The Brave", to raise awareness and funds for paediatric cancer.
She wrote: "The funding for paediatric brain cancer is almost non-existent and most of the research is privately funded."
She asked people to donate to the McKenna Claire Foundation to help increase research so "other parents don't have to go through this".
"Or if you'd like to help them directly, they have a GoFundMe they set up to help with medical expenses," she added.
In response to the campaign, Kelsea Little, spokesperson for GoFundMe.com said: "We are awed by the support pouring in for young Katherine and her family, and we wish them the best during this difficult time."
Here is the emotional post in full...