SOUTHWEST MIAMI-DADE, FL- A generous donation left in a Salvation Army Red Kettle will help the charitable organization "ring in the holidays."
Spare change helps the charitable organization help the less fortunate, but the diamond ring someone dropped something in the famed red kettle, will be worth a lot of coins.
A volunteer spotted a bunch of bills wrapped around something that had been put inside the kettle.
Then, someone left an anonymous voicemail for the Salvation Army, saying they left a special gift in a red kettle in the Southwest Miami-Dade Area.
Salavation Army says they would like to thank the donor for the ring, which has been appraised at around $3,000.
The ring was wrapped inside of a $20 bill, and a handwritten note which read:
"There are so many people who need help. Keep doing good!"
The regional Salvation Army says they received pricey donations in the form of emerald and diamond necklaces in the past. They say the same anonymous woman who calls ahead of time and leaves notes has been linked to a number of donations.