An anonymous Boston woman wrote to the Salvation Army asking to donate an expensive brooch, claiming that it might be too large to fit into their trademark kettles. She even included the original receipt for the piece of jewelry, which was given to her by a friend who had recently passed. The fish-shaped pin is made of gold, and is embellished with 32 diamonds. The tradition of donating jewelry to the Salvation Army has been a tradition in the Boston area since 2014, after a widow donated her and her late husband's wedding rings in an effort to raise money for holiday toys. The brooch's price tag, and the full story available here: ABC San Antonio