The Happy Headline of the Day – Tuesday, April 27

There are countless ways to raise money for charity — and in Houston, one of those ways is to climb down a skyscraper.
The Women’s Home is a charity organization that offers services to help prevent and end homelessness in the community.
But instead of raising money with a fancy dinner or a raffle this year, the group is offering people the chance to rappel down a 250-foot building.
Anyone who raises $1,000 or more in donations can go “Over the Edge” and work their way down 26 stories, from the roof of the building to the ground.
It’s a clever and exciting way to raise money — and still maintain social distancing because everyone who takes on the challenge can do so at different times. (Houstonia)