Surprising in a world of Jerkass Gods and excessive heroes, but one actually exists in Classical Myth with the story of Baucis and Philemon: after being the only people in their village to grant a disguised Zeus and Hermes the Sacred Hospitality despite their poverty, they are granted a wish for doing so. They wish to die at the same moment so that they would never be widowed. As if that wasn't enough, Zeus throws them something extra: when they do die, they are turned into trees with branches entwined forever to symbolize their love.
There's actually a fair few in between the usual bloodshed and weirdness. After all, at least some of those stories gotta have a Happy Ending, and the gods do Pet the Dog at times.
Psyche, after enduring all manner of trials (while pregnant) to gain back her husband, Cupid, not only wins over Aphrodite's tasks, but is taken to Olympus to live with Cupid forever, and their daughter is named Delight.
A rather odd one, thus fitting for Hermes: When Pan was born, his own mother ran away in fright due to Pan's lower half being that of a goat's. Hermes' reaction? He thought Pan looked awesome and took him to Olympus to show him off.
When Penelope and Odysseus embrace after ten years of his absence, it's described in terms of an exhausted swimmer who comes crawling back onto the warm shore, "in joy, in joy, leaving the abyss behind."
The fact that Odysseus loved Penelope (who is already getting old) so much that he chose her over immortality and a goddess for a wife.
Galinthias. Faithful friend of Alcmene, Heracles' mother, when Hera got Eilithyia (goddess of childbirth) to delay Heracles' birth, Galinthias tricked her into stopping before Alcmene was driven mad by the pain. Gods being gods, she was turned into a polecat, and then Hecate came along and adopted her as one of her animals. Sometimes even the Greek gods do random acts of kindness...