Capt. Jason Poff, director of the Salvation Army in Joplin, on Tuesday shows off $100,000 worth of cashier’s checks he says were donated anonymously to the Christian organization via one of its red kettles Monday in Joplin.
The Joplin Salvation Army has once again gotten an early Christmas gift from “Santa Claus.”
Five checks totaling $100,000 were dropped into the Salvation Army’s red kettle at Walgreens, 20th and Main streets, sometime between 5 and 9 p.m. Monday, Capt. Jason Poff said.
“They were folded and hidden within dollar bills,” he said. “Really, it feels surprising, shocking, amazing all at the same time when you open up a bucket and $20,000 checks start falling out.”
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