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Kids from the Metro Atlanta Boys & Girls Club passed a Christmas test on giving with flying colors.

They were asked by UPtv what they want and what their parents want for the holiday.

After being given both presents, they're faced with a decision: They can only keep one -- for them, or for their parents.

Their answers were heartwarming.

Every one of them ended up picking the gift for their parents.

One boy explained why he chose to keep a present for his dad over one for himself.

"Because Legos don't matter," he answered. "Your family matters. Not Legos, not toys. Your family. So, it's either family or Legos, and I choose family."

Afterwards they were reunited with their families, and given both gifts in a happy and well-deserved surprise!

UPtv says that 83 percent of children at Boys & Girls Club centers come from low-income families, and several won't be able to afford Christmas trees this year.

Producers hope the video will encourage viewers to give gifts to people in need. It has been watched more than 2 million times since Dec. 15.


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