Anonymous Santas help Salvation Army fill kettles
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — A group of anonymous Santas are helping the Salvation Army fill its red kettles this holiday season in Minnesota and North Dakota.
Donations had been down 20 to 30 percent compared with last year until a small group of anonymous donors pooled their resources to create $2 million in matching funds that doubled all donations given in Minnesota and North Dakota on Friday and Saturday, charity officials said.
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