Detroit students step in for deceased homeless veterans and carry their caskets to grave

These students are setting a great example.


Young people are often criticized by the society for being careless. However, many youngsters are doing all in their power to fight against this belief and tend to show the world that despite their age, they can be valuable part of the place where they live.

A group of students from the University of Detroit Jesuit High School are doing something truly incredible for those who sacrificed their lives for the well-being of the country, the veterans who put their personal desires and dreams on hold in order to be part of the military and keep America safe.

The sad thing about many of these brave people is that they have a hard time getting used to the life back home after their service is over. Some suffer from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and others struggle to find a normal job and even end up homeless.

When they pass away, many have no one to even carry their caskets or organize their funerals. That’s when the Detroit students come into the picture. These incredibly caring young people serve as pallbearers at funeral services for the homeless under a service project at their school.

That is a truly nice way to pay the real-life heroes the tribute they deserve for everything they did for the country.

Take a look at the whole story in the video below and share it with your family and friends because these young men deserve all the praise.