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Santa Fund donations for Jan. 10, 2021

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Santa Fund for Schoolkids

The Santa Fund for Schoolkids, established in 1894 by The Daily Progress, collects donations to provide shoes, clothing, medicine, eyeglasses, school supplies and other essentials to children in need.

Sponsored by The Progress and radio station WINA in conjunction with The United Way of Greater Charlottesville, the Santa Fund serves children in the city of Charlottesville and the counties of Albemarle, Buckingham, Fluvanna, Greene, Louisa, Madison, Nelson and Orange.

Please mail all contributions to: Santa Fund, 806 E. High St., Charlottesville, VA 22902. Donations also may be made at


William Blackford, $100

Honor of Ben + Reva Carr, dear friends, $25

Ruth and Madelon Stone, $100

In memory of those that came before us, $102.56

God loves you John 3:16, $316

In memory of Jim Weatherford, $50

Marcia Hellman, $250

Anonymous, $200

From Old Trail, Crozet. $100

In honor of our grandchildren- Kylie, Mia, John, and Thomas, $50

In loving memory of my mother Virginia, who grew up during the Depresssion, and my brother Steve, $153.84

Anonymous, $51.28

Bryan and Jane Thomas, $153.84

In loving memory of Mamma, Daddy, Al, Sylvia, Gene, Uncle O.W. and Aunt Judy, $307.69

In memory of Robert, Camilla, Mary B. and Will, $102.56

In memory of Margaret Walton, $205.12

Ruth and Malcolm Bell, $102.56

Cheryl and Keith Gearhart, $51.28

Anonymous, $250

In memory of Ross Pickering, a sweet young man, $51.28

Anonymous, $25.64

Anonymous, $25.64

Anonymous, $512.82

Anonymous, $512.82

Nancy Santoski, $51.28

Tootell’s, $51.28

The Olowin Family, $51.28

Quad-C Management Inc., $3,000

TODAY’S TOTAL: $6,953.77 RUNNING TOTAL: $210,209.58

GOAL: $175,000


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