Couple quietly slips $500000 check into Salvation Army kettle

30 Nov 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

‘St. Grand’ again peeling off C-notes for Salvation Army: total is $4,400 so far.

The mysterious generosity that has fed Salvation Army red kettles in the form of new $100 bills has re-emerged this Christmas season in the Twin Cities. “St.SYRACUSE, NY – The Salvation Army Community Centers across Central and Western New York are on the lookout for local realtors to participate in the nationwide Realtor Ring Day on December 4. “Join other realtors for an hour, several hours or longer.

That’s why I am encouraging all of my colleagues at Realty USA, as well as other agencies and volunteer at the Red Kettles,” he said. “It’s amazing the feeling you get when you ring at a kettle for just a couple of hours. These gestures, whether by one clandestine donor or more than one, mark the fifth consecutive year of the C-note contributions to the charity’s annual Red Kettle Campaign. “We are so excited that St. Jeff Strickler, the Salvation Army’s Twin Cities commander. “This person quietly makes the most generous donations, without any recognition, and we appreciate it so much.” In 2014, St. Grand made a splash with a $10,000 donation in a kettle at a Lunds in Bloomington, and then followed up with seven $1,000 gifts throughout the season.

Bloomington, Mn., Tues., Dec. 3, 2002–Salvation Army bell ringer Jimmy Briguglio (cq.) holds the door open for shoppers at the Mall of America West Market entrance as a donation is placed in the red kettle. The charity also serves 1,200 hot meals every day, shelters nearly 900 people each night and provides groceries for more than 100,000 people annually.

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