Saint Grand strikes again, donates $10K in one day

The Salvation Army suspects in all that 18 donations made since December - each totaling $1,000, most offered with thinly wrapped bills- are connected. The charity group calls the anonymous giver Saint Grand, and he outdid even himself Wednesday, making ten stops throughout the metro, placing his donations into red kettles.
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The Salvation Army suspects in all that 18 donations made since December - each totaling $1,000, most offered with thinly wrapped bills- are connected. The charity group calls the anonymous giver Saint Grand, and he outdid even himself Wednesday, making ten stops throughout the metro, placing his donations into red kettles.

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