Most of us go to great lengths to find the perfect gift for our loved ones during the holidays. The streets and businesses all feature a festive embellishment. Everyone seems in a hurry to prepare for the festivities.

However, it’s not for everyone. For a few people in Shawnee, Kansas, Christmas came early.

For three consecutive years, an anonymous donor publicly donated $10,000 to the community. If there are no conditions attached to the sharing of the money, the police department decides who should receive the hundred dollar bills.

Most people get nervous when they see an agent in their home. Officer Herber starts with you, I have no trouble putting the residents at ease.

According to Major Dan Tennis, this generous donation is intended to help strengthen the bonds between the police and the community.

Erin Williams, Santa’s secret worker, lost her car two months ago and became unemployed last spring.

William states that Stevens frightened her somewhat. When she saw him, she wondered what had happened.

And there was a wonderful surprise gift.

Another benefactor was arrested, but instead of the police writing the ticket, there was money involved. The driver was very happy and grateful.

Secret Santa is a boon to the police and the community.

Tennis says it’s been a good idea to help out during this time and they regularly have experts speak to them about the people they’ve met.

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