This week in good news: 6/12 - 6/19

5-Year-Old Girl Gets Surprised By Disney Princesses At Adoption Court Hearing
5-Year-Old Girl Gets Surprised By Disney Princesses At Adoption Court Hearing

After the devastating massacre at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando, there was an outpouring of love and support for the 49 innocent victims and their families. From charities flying in comfort dogs to help the community heal to simple messages of support -- the nation and the world banded together in the wake of the most devastating shooting attack in modern U.S. history.

Here are some of the moments that helped lift our spirits during such a difficult week:

4. One very special little girl got the surprise of a lifetime when some unexpected guests turned up at her adoption hearing

Danielle Ross, 5, absolutely loves all things Disney. So her kind-hearted caseworker came up with the idea to get as many princesses together as she could to witness her big day! Snow White, Belle, Rapunzel, Cinderella and Sleeping Beauty were all in attendance as she officially became a member of her new family.

Now if that's not a fairy tale ending, we don't know what is!

3. 200 total strangers attended the funeral of a homeless World War II veteran

When Army Maj. Jaspen Boothe learned that only four people were going to attend the funeral of veteran Serina Vine -- she decided to take action.

Boothe — who was once homeless herself -- now runs a charity for homeless female veterans called Final Salute. She contacted everyone she knew on social media to encourage them to attend Vine's memorial service.

"I was thinking my efforts would make maybe 20 to 30 people show up, but when I arrived, there were hundreds of cars lined up," Boothe told TODAY.

Thanks to her tireless efforts, an American hero got the final farewell she truly deserved.

Hundreds of strangers attend funeral for homeless vet with no family
Hundreds of strangers attend funeral for homeless vet with no family

2. Americans lined up to donate blood in wake of the Orlando attack

OneBlood and the Orlando Regional Medical Center urged people to step up and donate blood following Sunday's horrific tragedy.

The response was simply overwhelming -- hundreds of people in the area turned up to do their part to save lives, reminding everyone that even in the darkest of times there are always people willing to help.

Hundreds of People Donate Blood to Orlando Shooting Survivors
Hundreds of People Donate Blood to Orlando Shooting Survivors

1. Grandmother of Orlando victim showered with love on flight

JetBlue employees went above and beyond to make sure the grandma of 20-year-old Luis Omar Ocasio-Capo, killed in the Orlando shooting, was as comfortable as possible during her difficult journey to Florida.

The staff helped her board, consoled her and passed around a piece of paper to all the passengers to pay their respects to the grieving grandmother.

They penned not just one page, but many messages of support.

"Every single person stopped to speak to her, and not a single person was impatient at the slower deplaning process," said flight attendant Kelly Davas Karas.

And even during such a difficult time, we're sure this is one act of kindness his grandmother will never forget.

Look back at how the world honored the Orlando victims: