Women Fills Void After Thief Steals Red Kettle
Kim Jones says seeing on Channel 9 that someone stole a Salvation Army kettle from the Harris Teeter supermarket in Matthews last weekend left her full of emotions.
“Then I was hurt that there are a lot of people, because the kettle was stolen, may not get the help they need,” Jones said.
The thief's bad behavior inspired Jones to replace the stolen money with a $200 donation.
“I was very pleased we still have that kind of caring spirit here in Charlotte,” Larry Broome, Charlotte Salvation Army commander, said.
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