ATLANTA, Ga.—UVA is just two days away from its match-up with Auburn in the Chick-Fil-A Bowl.
The team got a chance to get out in the community, and visit Children's Healthcare of Atlanta on Thursday morning.
The Cavaliers, including Coach London, met with kids dealing with cancer, blood diseases and other conditions.
While it was just a couple hours out of the day for the players, these visits mean a whole lot to the children.
"Just know that someone out there really cares about them, and someone really wants to come and spend time with them. And not just anyone but the football players are like stars in the eyes of our kids," said Stephanie Oprea, the volunteer coordinator.
11-year-old Chelsea Robertson said: I played the Wii. I did arts and crafts.
Virginia linebacker Darius Lee told NEWS7, "Coach London always talks about giving back to the community. So this is giving back to them, because you know children don't always have what they want, have what they need. So we're just here to make it a little better. Give them a smile on their face, make it a better day for them."