The Stanleys take in kids who need help. And the kids said thanks with the best surprise.

The Stanleys take in kids who need help. And the kids said thanks with the best surprise.
Day by day, Adam and Becca Stanley's beautiful family just gets bigger and bigger.Ever since they moved to Adair Park in Atlanta, Georgia, in 2011, they've been welcoming more and more kids into their family. They already had three kids of their own, but to them, family is much more than just its biological definition. To them, a family connection can extend to anyone and be as simple as welcoming someone into your home when they have no other place to go. All screenshots via Minute Maid. That's why when they moved, they started their own nonprofit focused on mentoring youth. Whether it's through organizing local sports leagues, throwing a big Sunday morning pancake breakfast, or welcoming new kids in need into their home, the Stanleys have truly made an impact with the people who make their community so great. "We really just want it to be a safe place for the kids in the neighborhood," explains Becca.Just check out the video below to learn more about the work they're doing and the moving story behind their growing family: Life would be very different for the kids in this neighborhood without this super-dad.Posted by Upworthy on Wednesday, June 14, 2017Without question, the Stanleys go above and beyond to give back to those who truly need a helping hand."When I was having a rough time," says Ashton Berot, one of the kids in the neighborhood, "they gave me a place to stay, they got me in college, helped me stay in high school.""It kinda inspired me to think bigger and go bigger."And because all the kids felt that same kind of love, they rose to the Minute Maid challenge and created a heartwarming gift for the Stanleys – a reverse care package.They simply wanted to show their appreciation for all that Adam and Becca do for them. So Ashton gathered all the kids in secret to prepare the care package with surprise goodies like a signed football complete with personal messages, pancake mix (of course!), and some Minute Maid orange juice. After all, their breakfast gathe