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Chick-Fil-A Donated An Entire Night​'s Sales To One Grateful Little Girl

Crowds of people packed into A Chick-Fil-A in Voorhees, New Jersey for a very special, one-night-only promotion.

The local restaurant vowed to donate an entire night of sales to 12-year-old Brooke Mulford. The young girl recently moved to New Jersey from Maryland and is a student at Voorhees Middle School.

A staff member at the restaurant tells local news that "insane" crowds of people lined up all night for the special promotion. They raised $17,500 for Brooke's medical bills.

She was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer called neuroblastoma when she was four. She and her mother moved to Voorhees to be closer to the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, where she receives treatment.

Brooke was admitted to the hospital at the end of January with severe head pain and vomiting. She had serious swelling on the right side of her brain.

Her family and community rallied around her with prayers and love as she recovered from intense brain surgery.

Not long after, their prayers were answered. On February 6, Brooke was strong enough to be discharged. She returned home to her family and a warm welcome from the community.

The community continues to rally around this brave, young fighter. If you live in the area or are touched by her story, donations can be made at the Brooke Mulford Foundation's website here.

Stay strong Brooke! Everyone is praying for you!

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