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There Is Giving During The Holiday Season, & Then There’s This

Earlier this month, a Salvation Army worker in Kokomo, Indiana checked his bucket, and found a GOLD COIN.  It turned out it was a gold KRUGERRAND from South Africa, worth about $1,200.

 And if you’re thinking some poor dude just made a MISTAKE and grabbed the wrong coin from his pocket, that would be a pretty big coincidence, because this is the FIFTH YEAR IN A ROW it’s happened in Kokomo.

 According to a Salvation Army spokesman, this one single gold coin will buy enough food to feed 1000 people for 3 weeks……

As Tiny Tim said, God Bless us everyone….but especially those who give, not just during the Holidays, but all year long.

 

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