Chalk it up to the holiday spirit -- or just smart tax planning -- but online charitable donations are up 15% so far in December and are expected to rise even further in the final two days of the year.
So far this Christmas season, the Salvation Army has received a total of about 40 gold coins, left anonymously in their red kettles, among other valuable treasures, the non-profit organization said.
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The Salvation Army is well-known for its ubiquitous red kettles and bell-ringing change collectors. What is less known is that the charitable organization also accepts credit cards and is going digital this holiday season, using smartphones and Square to facilitate donations.
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