Danville foster kids get fun day at VT thanks to Edmunds Brothers

The kids from Danville line up before heading to Blacksburg. (WSET)

DANVILLE, Va. (WSET) -- Thanksgiving is still a few weeks away, but the Edmunds brothers are already in a giving mood

Terrell, Tremaine and Trey Edmunds paid to bus over 30 foster kids in Danville to the Virginia Tech football game Saturday.

They teamed up with Alliance Human Services to provide the kids with a fun-filled day with tailgating, tours of the Hokies' weight room and of course, some football.

Executive Director Adrian Massie says the kids were very excited when they found out about the trip.

Their dad, Ferrell Edmunds, says the family loves to give back whenever they can.

"It ain't about the receiving as much as the giving. It comes from your heart," Ferrell said. "The boys like doing things like that. We like being part of things like that. Especially putting a smile on the kids faces. It means a lot for us."

Massie says Alliance Human Services will partner again soon with the Edmunds family for more events.

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