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  • Secret Santa passes random kindness to strangers

    The tradition in Kansas City began with philanthropist Larry Stewart in 1979 with Stewart handing out $100 bills to random people in need. Stewart's anonymity ended following his death in 2007 but a new anonymous Secret Santa continued Stewart's annual surprise donations last year in Independence, Mo.

The tradition in Kansas City began with philanthropist Larry Stewart in 1979 with Stewart handing out $100 bills to random people in need. Stewart's anonymity ended following his death in 2007 but a new anonymous Secret Santa continued Stewart's annual surprise donations last year in Independence, Mo. David Eulitt The Kansas City Star
The tradition in Kansas City began with philanthropist Larry Stewart in 1979 with Stewart handing out $100 bills to random people in need. Stewart's anonymity ended following his death in 2007 but a new anonymous Secret Santa continued Stewart's annual surprise donations last year in Independence, Mo. David Eulitt The Kansas City Star

Secret Santa brings joy to people as he hands out $100 bills

December 12, 2016 4:57 PM