St. Grand drops a grand in Salvation Army kettle

  • Article by: ALEJANDRA MATOS , Star Tribune
  • Updated: November 19, 2012 - 11:41 PM

Last year, the anonymous donor gave $1,000 at each of 23 sites.

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mlapnorNov. 19, 12 8:15 PM

Very nice to read this amongst all the doom and gloom.

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cohortNov. 19, 1211:33 PM

I still only donate to charities that don't discriminate based on sexuality.

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DufferHNov. 20, 12 1:05 AM

This is really a "feel good" story. These anonymous givers are so much more inspiring than the Hollywood and jock types who give a few thousand and make sure the public knows it.

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dmay88Nov. 20, 12 6:48 AM

So many charities are questionable in how they conduct themselves and where our contributions go. I would trust the Salvation Army above all others. Give generously folks............

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waityourturnNov. 20, 12 9:05 AM

All gifts should be given anonymously.

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jezzioNov. 20, 12 9:08 AM

The sad truth is I can't give my money to an organization that will use the money to discriminate against others. I used to give to the Salvation Army but this year I will choose other charities. This election season exposed a lot of truth and will change my giving habits.

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killertofuDec. 10, 12 8:57 AM

I'd like to finally come forward and take credit for the thousands of dollars I'm putting in those red buckets. You may now shower me with appreciation.

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