Ask the social media universe a question, and it will Tons and tons of pizza.

After a Reddit user posted a picture of a window message at the Children's Hospital in Los Angeles, reading "SEND PIZZA RM 4112," members of the news aggregator site overwhelmed the hospital and the hearts of the patient's family by sending 20 pizzas in a single day.

Two-year-old Hazel Hammersley is undergoing chemotherapy at the hospital for neuroblastoma of the abdomen. Her condition is the most common form of cancer in children under the age of 5. According to the National Institutes of Health, it afflicts about 700 kids each year.

According to the family's blog, the pizza was a delightful surprise in what has been a very difficult time, since Hazel was diagnosed in April.

"Hazel woke up from her nap to the smell of pizza and was so excited to chow down! Several other children and nurses came into the room, with music playing, and had themselves a wonderful Pizza Party. As of yesterday evening, there was more than 20 boxes delivered and more was coming! We had such a great time!"

The window message was put up by the family as a lighthearted joke, but Hazel's mom hopes that social media response leads to more awareness about the disease.

"We have been absolutely humbled and surprised by the outpouring of love and support from the online community and can only hope and pray that this brings awareness to Neuroblastoma and the Childhood Cancer Community."

Although the hospital and family maintain that "NO MORE PIZZA IS NEEDED," they have set up a Facebook page and a support page, as Hazel moves forward with her 18 months of chemo.