'Thank You, America:' Unsung Heroes Give Back to Their Communities

"GMA" anchor Robin Roberts met with a couple who has fostered more than 90 children.
3:10 | 11/26/14

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And tomorrow night, everyone can gather and watch a special you have been working on far long time. This is a labor of love. You titled it, robin your "Thank you, America." We say good morning, America, and this is thank you, America. My mother taught me, can't put a limit on gratitude. Thanking every day people for the things they're doing making a tremendous difference. You light up every time you talk about it. Show you a clip of the Neil family, they have fostered 92 children. Wow. Stepping into the gap, as they said, to provide love when a child really needs it. They're in the process of adopting another child, their sixth child. They have two older chin. I went to St. Cloud, Minnesota, knocking on the door to the Neil family. Oh. Hi. How are you? Oh, my gosh. Oh, my gosh. Oh my, I want to kiss you. Hi, Jessica, how are you? How are you? Welcome to our house. You're probably wondering why we're here. Yes. We wanted to say thank you. We wanted to say thank you. You inspire us, you're so selfless and you just think of others. And we are not the only ones who want to say thank you to the Neil family. And I know I shared with you guys, there is a very, very special guest who shows up at their door. And you'll see it tomorrow night. Can't wait. And the reaction from the family. We know you spent time with an old friend of yours, one you featured on a feel good Friday segment. The sanitation worker, they cashed in their 401k to help the homeless. Around Harvey. It was great. People come here to see us work, I went to go see him work. And to find out why he does what he does. Here we go. All right. Yeah. You know how many people see the homeless and step right over them? Yes, ma'am. What was it about the situation and about you that said I'm not going to look the other way? It was that one time when I saw the first kid on the street with their parents. It just did something to my heart. Cashed in his 401k. Yes, he did. He and his wife did that. What a perfect thing to watch and think about on Thanksgiving. And jimmy Kimmel, helped you out. He helped out. There was a school teacher out in California we wanted to surprise. He was in the audience, thinking he was there for something else. I did a mock interview with jimmy, and we were like, come on down, Mr. V. He's a drumline teacher. I just really feel it's the right time for this program. And on Thanksgiving. And just reminding us all we all have something to be thankful for. I hope you'll have that third or fourth Turkey sandwich and join us at 8:00/7:00 central on Thanksgiving.

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