January 6th, 2014
09:20 AM ET

See Where Hotel Donates 300 Rooms Worth of Stuff

In today's edition of the "Good Stuff," a hotel in Wichita, Kansas, donates 300 rooms of stuff to charity. CNN's Chris Cuomo reports.

Most hotels sell their furniture when they renovate but the Doubletree hotel decided to take hundreds of pieces, including beds, lamps, tables, chairs, and give them to different charities.

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  1. Fr. Chuck Keefe

    When setting up a street shelter in our city, a local hotel, the Marc Pfister donated blankets, etc. Thank you to them.

    January 13, 2014 at 8:35 am | Reply
  2. Tom Ufert

    THANK YOU New Day for your "Good Stuff" reports. You help make the world a better place because you don't just report all the bad stuff. I was deeply moved by your report on the DoubleTree Wichita Airport hotel's charitable donation. I wrote/posted my blog about it yesterday...http://tomufert.com/wp/corporate-beneficence-trumps-the-bottom-line/
    Since then I have received numerous replies from the hotel G.M., 2 of the recipient charity directors, and even the owner/CEO of the hotel management corp. in Kansas City. YOUR GOOD STUFF REPORTS HAVE RIPPLE EFFECTS...THANK YOU.

    Please check out my efforts to IMPACT YOUR WORLD at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6_yPkaMAdE0&list=PLC8-CVamt3FPv-LZnoHqwKFcCoDOuxmxC&index=1

    Respectfully yours,
    Tom Ufert
    Amazon Best Selling Author

    January 7, 2014 at 9:10 pm | Reply

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