Taylor Swift never fails to give back, especially to her fans.

On Saturday (May 5), the Reputation performer invited held a private concert for foster and adopted families in Arizona. More than 2,000 guests were in the audience at the University of Phoenix Stadium to witness Swift’s final dress rehearsal for her future Reputation Stadium Tour, People reported.

For some 500 attendees, it was the first time the foster parents and their children had ever gone to a concert.

“A night my girls and I will always remember – meeting Taylor Swift!!” a foster mother named Abbi Williams captioned a group shot of her adoptive and biological children posing with Swift. “Thank you for such a generous evening with your littlest fans. Your show is amazing – you and your team did an incredible job!!”

“When [Taylor Swift] invites you to her final dress rehearsal, you go,” wrote another foster mommy, with the username Momma Bear, in a snapshot with her children after the show, which followed with a blowout of tasty treats. “She was such a gracious and generous hostess…complete with a pizza party and photo op afterward.”

Kelli Dillon, another foster mother in attendance, who caught a snap with her daughters after the bash said the surprise event made for “literally the best night of our lives!!”

The news of Swift's generous invitation comes just hours after the songbird surprised 8-year-old burned victim Isabella McCune at the Arizona Burn Center over the weekend, where she was being treated for serious injuries she sustained after a fire erupted at a neighborhood party.

McCune’s family created a video appealing the star to visit Isabella, to which Swift astounded the young fan and even stuck around to sign autographs and present her with a bag of exclusive merch from her tour.

Swift promised Isabella an invite to any tour date of her choice once she feels up to it.