Today’s Good News: Mattress Store Owner Gives Shelter To People Out In The Cold



The owner of a store in Houston called Gallery Furniture is letting people stay overnight to get out of the cold.  He goes by the name “Mattress Mack,” and he’s known for this kind of thing.  He also used his stores as shelters after Hurricane Harvey in 2017.  And the same year, he served Thanksgiving to 5,000 people.


A mom’s post about a worker at a Party City store giving her son a yellow balloon that made his day has led to her community starting an acts of kindness challenge. Natasha Kable Fogle’s Facebook post inspired Catrow Law PLLC to get involved and they coined it the #YellowBalloonChallenge. The law firm donated $100 to a strangers Meals on Wheels account and other people and businesses have joined in with the good deeds. Source: Fox News

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A Florida family is grateful to their dog for getting their attention when fire broke out in their home. Prada, the one-year-old Poodle, activated an indoor Ring camera by barking in the kitchen while her owners were at work. This got their attention and they saw smoke in the video feed and rushed home and were able to save Prada from the blaze. Source: Click Orlando