The mission holds the party for the homeless, seniors and veterans who have nowhere else to go to enjoy the game with the rest of the country.

About 400 people gathered at 138 Stimson Street in Detroit to watch the game on Sunday on two big screen TVs with goodies like popcorn, pizza, water, and soft drinks. They were also given winter coats, hats and gloves to take with when they left.

Not only that, but the Detroit Rescue Mission offered on-the-spot intake, as well as counseling for those who attended.

Not gonna lie, this story had me tearing up a bit. What a beautiful, selfless gesture.

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