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A wealthy philanthropist from Kansas City, Mo., known as Secret Santa, distributes $100 dollar bills to needy people

 
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A wealthy philanthropist from Kansas City, Mo., known as Secret Santa, distributes $100 dollar bills to needy people
A wealthy Missouri man posing as "Secret Santa" stunned New Yorkers, handing $100 bills to many in Staten Island who had lost everything to Superstorm Sandy.
The Kansas City businessman is giving away $100,000 this holiday season, and spent the day in New Jersey and New York giving away thousands. But he says money is not the issue.
"The money is not the point at all," said the anonymous benefactor on Thursday as he walked up to surprised Staten Island residents and thrust crisp bills into their hands. "It's about the random acts of kindness. I'm just setting an example, and if 10 percent of the people who see me emulate what I'm doing, anybody can be a Secret Santa!" [link to news.yahoo.com]
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Re: A wealthy philanthropist from Kansas City, Mo., known as Secret Santa, distributes $100 dollar bills to needy people
God bless his heart. hf
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Re: A wealthy philanthropist from Kansas City, Mo., known as Secret Santa, distributes $100 dollar bills to needy people
God bless his heart. hf
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Yes. A generous man forgets what he gives and remembers what he receives.” - Old Proverb.
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Re: A wealthy philanthropist from Kansas City, Mo., known as Secret Santa, distributes $100 dollar bills to needy people
he wants a tax break, he won't be doing this anymore, next year. FORWARD
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Re: A wealthy philanthropist from Kansas City, Mo., known as Secret Santa, distributes $100 dollar bills to needy people
He wants to give back to the middle class. Must be a socialist.
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Re: A wealthy philanthropist from Kansas City, Mo., known as Secret Santa, distributes $100 dollar bills to needy people
Anyone who has anything negative to sayout this obviously has some pretty deep psychological isues. Not to say they are bad people, just that they have been surrounded by selfish, self centered assholes who have caused them to be and think so negatively. To those people, I wish for you to be blessed with love and a more positve outlook. While the majority tend to have selfish motivation, there are still some genuinely good people left in the world.
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Re: A wealthy philanthropist from Kansas City, Mo., known as Secret Santa, distributes $100 dollar bills to needy people
hf
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Re: A wealthy philanthropist from Kansas City, Mo., known as Secret Santa, distributes $100 dollar bills to needy people
He wants to give back to the middle class. Must be a socialist.
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Re: A wealthy philanthropist from Kansas City, Mo., known as Secret Santa, distributes $100 dollar bills to needy people
he wants a tax break, he won't be doing this anymore, next year. FORWARD
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 17387506


You want a tax break? Read here. If you are fortunate enough to have cash or property to donate, your charitable giving can fund worthwhile endeavors -- and the attendant tax breaks are nothing to sneeze at, either. Whether you give money, property, or your time, this article explains some basic rules about claiming tax deductions for your good work. [link to www.nolo.com]

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