Taylor Swift is writing $1,989 in a blank space that will help one college student pay down her student loan.
The fan, named Rebekah, shared on Tumblr this week the contents of a special "SwiftEx" delivery sent to her by the pop star herself. Among the gifts, which included a heartfelt card and one of Taylor's old necklaces, and a painting (PAINTED BY TAY TAY) was a check for that dollar amount - an obvious yet adorable nod to the title of the singer's latest album, 1989. That's so Taylor Swift.
SOME PICTURES OF WHAT I GOT TODAY pic.twitter.com/9MiCM5QdiG— Beks (@noitsbeks) January 13, 2015
THE REST OF MY GIFTS FROM TAYLOR pic.twitter.com/NJEItIIctI— Beks (@noitsbeks) January 13, 2015
Rebekah later posted a note addressed to Taylor via Tumblr, thanking her "1,989 more times" for the gifts. She wrote
I know I've said it so many times already but thank you, thank you, thank you, from the bottom of my heart. Never in a million years did I ever imagine this happening to me, I never imagined you even knowing who I was let alone you taking your time to paint me something and to write me a note. I am so honored and so thankful to call myself a fan, to have supported you all of these years because you are truly the most amazing, genuine, and selfless person. On Thursday when you liked all of those posts of mine I couldn't contain my excitement and honestly, that was more than I could have ever dreamed of and then you do this…you send me the most thoughtful, meaningful and most amazing gifts I have ever gotten. And they mean even more coming from someone I have admired for so long. I'm so thankful to call you a friend and buddy. You have changed my life in the best way.
I can't wait to see you on tour and thank you a 1,989 more times.
Love, Beks <3"
Swift has grown a reputation for reaching out to her loyal fans. Over the holidays she posted a video of several surprise visits she made dropping off gifts in person to select followers. In fact, DoSomething.org also named the 25-year-old singer the "most charitable celebrity" of 2014.