A Taney County non-profit organization, who helps people in need, is looking for the person who may have mistakenly made a large donation.
Attorney Michelle Wilson represents Selfless Blessings, Inc. She says a volunteer discovered the sum of cash amongst the donations made to its store front location at Turkey Creek Junction in Hollister.
She says the Charity is not certain if the person the item belonged to intended to donate the money or left it there by mistake:
It’s not known if the item in which the cash was located was donated directly by the owner or was a part of a collection made by volunteers over the past few months.
The Charity wants to make sure the money isn’t someone’s savings that may have been displaced or hidden and forgotten.
Any person who thinks the money may belong to them has 60-days to make a claim. Any person making a claim that they are the owner, will be required to specifically identify the amount of cash, the denominations of all bills and specifically identify the item in which the cash was located in order to make a valid calim for the same.
A calim may be made by calling 417-334-6507, Monday through Thursday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.