A mystery donor dropped a South African gold coin worth $1,740 in a Salvation Army kettle outside a Tennessee Sam's Club. Jill Crow, past chairwoman of the Salvation Army advisory board, told The Leaf-Chronicle
, a Gannett publication in Clarkesville, reports that this is the fifth year the anonymous donor has given a gold coin (http://leafne.ws/tKk7SR). She said they call the donor the "angel of giving."
A South African gold coin worth $1,740 lay wrapped in tape in the kettle filled with dollars and coins. The generous contributor who has made anonymous gold coin donations to the Salvation Army for several years did not make his or her presence known, but simply dropped the gold coin discreetly, and continued on. ... from
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