One Little Girl's Touching Tribute to Alfie Evans Going Viral


(Image: Screenshot from Facebook/Sam Bennetts)

Some things just touch your heart, and this would be one of those things.

Most of us not routinely watching the steady stream of garbage media organizations want to present to us as news know the story of Alfie Evans. Alfie is the 23-month-old toddler who has been denied his right to life by the U.K. government. Despite the outpouring of support for Alfie — and other countries reaching out in order to help the little guy find new treatments — the socialized medical system in the U.K. doesn’t see the value in keeping Alfie alive.

One little girl decided to take matters into her own hands — or voice — and send out a message of love and support to Alfie.

Get out your box of tissues, because here’s video of the little girl — only identified as “Feefi” — singing “This Is Me” from “The Greatest Showman” movie soundtrack:


Feefi’s words at the end of her singing was nothing short of beautiful:

Alfie Evans, we fight for you. Tom and Kate [Alfie’s parents], we support you. The world is listening. The children are standing alongside you, Alfie. You are our generation. Alfie, we love you. This should not be happening to Alfie. Keep fighting for Alfie!

The video is on its way to going mega-viral. It has 518,000 views in 21 hours and has been shared a little less than 21,000 times.

I think this is a message from a child that we can all get behind.

Here's the link to the source of the video on Facebook, should you want to share it with your friends.

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