BAKERSFIELD, Calif. - The Super Bowl is one of America's treasures, many might say, but for those less fortunate the big game may not be so easy to celebrate.
That's why a non-profit organization geared toward helping homeless men and women is hosting a Super Bowl party of their own.
The local mission is bringing pot stickers, wings and dips for its residents as a way to bring the joy of Super Bowl Sunday into their lives.
Carlos Baldovinos, the executive director at The Mission, feels its important to bring normal, every day activities into these people's lives.
"We feel like just because you're going through addictions ... or going through homelessness you also deserve to have a holiday party," he said.