The goal was $1,700 but they doubled that at $3,400.
Angel Twedt can take her three-year-old daughter Elle on a Disney Cruise to Alaska, and see Elle meet her first princess.
Twedt, 44, has multiple sclerosis, and it's aggressive. Her doctors told her to create positive memories and enjoy her family now, as they predict she will be blind and bedridden in two years.
The fundraiser was organized by her caregiver Nina Unger for Saturday at the Witch of Endor Pub in Maple Ridge.
Local band Still Spirits played up-beat old-school tunes like Folsom Prison Blues and spokesperson Jonny Aaron said they were happy to participate in a fundraiser for MS.
"My dad, Andy, is part of the Open Door Church and Angel is a member of the congregation. So he asked me if we wanted to play," explained Aaron.
Tina Clelland and Lynn Holden, from T & T Psychic and Wellness Parties, also donated their time to the cause.
Unger sold all but three tickets to the fundraiser, hosted a toonie toss, and gave away great prizes in both an auction and a draw.
Someone donated a 1988 BMW 530i that was bought for $800.