DENVER -- On Veterans Day, we remember those who've served and who've given so much to give us the liberties we sometimes take for granted.
But there's something we shouldn't take for granted -- the incredible acts of kindness people do to honor those who've sacrificed so much for this country.
Denver7 has gathered the following moments where veterans, sports teams as well as the public, have come together to honor our vets.
Local group waves flags to remember veterans
About a dozen people stood on an overpass near Belleview Friday morning, under about a dozen American flags. They waved, and the drivers below beeped back.
Their mission? Remind people about Veterans Day and in honor of the vets that have served.
You can watch our full story on these volunteers here.
City and County building goes green
In honor of Veterans Day, Mayor Michael B. Hancock announced Friday that the tower of the City and County Building will be lit green throughout the weekend of Nov. 11 through Nov. 13.
"Denver honors the brave men and women of our Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard who have selflessly served the United States of America," Mayor Hancock said. "This movement is a simple yet impactful way for residents to show our enduring gratitude for those who have served our country, and we¹re proud to take part. We recognize the commitment and sacrifice our veterans have made for our country and our freedoms, and we recommit ourselves to support our members of the Armed Forces and their families alongside them."
A message from the Aurora Police Department
Aurora Chief of Police Nick Metz had a message from the Colorado Freedom Memorial for those who've served and for those who continue to serve this great country:
Sports teams thank our veterans
The Denver Broncos uploaded a simple message to their Vine account, with only a hashtag to send their message: #SaluteToService.
But that wasn't all.
Before the Colorado Avalanche dropped the puck against the Winnipeg Jets, the team could be seen walking out with camouflage jerseys reminiscent of military uniforms.
An 11-year-old went viral after he played his trumped when he learned that disabled World War II veteran and his daughter drove a long way to watch a Memorial Day parade in eastern New York that never took place due to inclement weather.
Watch his performance below:
Runners stop for veteran
Runners participatingin theSan Jose 408K Marathon stopped to honor a World War II veteran who was watching the event in uniform.
Watch this incredible act of appreciation below:
Jeep's Veterans Day ad
Jeep released an incredible ad honoring the men and woman who've served "by way of the very first vehicle to be considered for a Purple Heart to honor its service in WWII," according to Adweek.com.
Watch the ad below:
What Would You Do?
What will people do when a military veteran doesn't have enough cash to buy his groceries? This is what they did: