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It’s arrival time, welcome to SMAK, which is Talk It Up TV’s new Small Acts of Kindness edition! This special segment will be happening on the first Monday of every month.
In this fun and fast paced video, experience a small act of kindness that might get you thinking “what can I do to pay it forward?”
We strategically placed camera’s inside Planet Java Diner located downtown Seattle.
We placed a microphone and hidden camera on their waitress, Ashley.
When Ashley went to… not so fast, you’re going to want to watch for yourselves to find out.
Host Anny Havland reaches out to a young fan who is inspired to help those in need. Anny and Madison hear of a family in Bellingham, Washington who have been without heat since December.
During these snowy months they set out to raise the money needed to repair their furnace and get the sweet little girls and their family warm again. Madison and Anny brave the streets of Seattle Washington to find the much needed help from some caring citizens to make it happen.
Unexpectedly the situation turns out to be just a bit more complicated than even Anny thought.
Seattle had hit a chilling 27 degrees out this January and the cool wind didn’t help. It literally hurt my bones just to run from my car to inside my house. This was the perfect night that we had choose to go warm the homeless. It would’ve felt selfish to me to sit by the fireplace while those living outside were heavily weighing on my heart.
Together Kristine Moreland and her volunteer team at Seattle’s Union Gospel Mission, the Search and Rescue team and our crew and board members of Talk It Up Foundation hit the streets. We handed out warm coats,