Donor Drops More Than Cash Into Salvation Army Kettle


An anonymous donor dropped in some major green into a a red Salvation Army bucket and it wasn’t in the form of cash.

The Salvation Army got a call from a woman asking to check the contents of a Red Kettle located at 97th Avenue and 41th Street.

Once they went through the contents of the bucket, they found an emerald necklace with a note that read “Keep Doing Good God bless The Salvation Army — A friend.”

Salvation Army officials said they think this to be another gift of the local “Secret Santa” that strikes every year.

Back in 2013, a similar phone call came in and they found a diamond ring valued at $3,500 inside one of the buckets. Along with the ring came a note which reads, “Continue your good caring for the needy in God’s name.”



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