Husband and wife duo Thompson Square aren't just focused on their thriving career; they're also passionate about helping others. Recently, the couple took time off from their tour with Luke Bryan to help a needy Honduran community.

Keifer and Shawna Thompson are ambassadors for ChildFund International, a nonprofit agency that provides food and education to children, and they take their commitment seriously. While visiting Lepaterique, Honduras last winter, a boy handed Shawna a note. It wasn't a fan note. It was a cry for help, asking for her assistance to get his school computers.

That was all they needed to hear -- the Thompsons made it happen, gifting the school with new computers. This summer, the 'Everything I Shouldn't Be Thinking About' hitmakers visited the computer lab named in their honor: 'Aula Teconologica Keifer & Shawna.'

"The people of Lepaterique are kind and generous and hard workers," [Keifer] Thompson explains to People. "We've been so fortunate in our career and in our lives. Everyone needs a little help every now and then."

It's heartening to see the compassion that T2 shows, even amidst a huge amount of success as the reining ACM and CMA Vocal Duo of the Year, and their genuine kindness is another lovable trademark of the fan-favorite band.

Thompson Square is finally back out on the road for Bryan's Dirt Road Diaries Tour after a big struggle with a serious vocal hemorrhage for Keifer.