A Go Fund Me page has raised more than $6,000 in just 17 hours, to help to bring little Lilliana home.
The eight-month-old girl from the Gold Coast contracted Meningococcal over in Thailand last week, and is fighting for life in hospital where she could face possible amputation.
Her parents, Elisha Robinson and Jai Sheridan, are trying to get her back to Australia for treatment and rehabilitation, but it will cost $120,000 to airlift her.
An initial Facebook fundraising page was unexpectedly shut down when the administrator deleted her personal account, after copping online abuse from trolls.
It meant the $12,000 already raised was automatically refunded to those who donated.
A new Go Fund Me page has since been set up by a family member, urging anyone who can to please donate.
"Please help our family to bring Lilli home. Every donation is greatly appreciated," it reads.