With fewer Salvation Army red kettles out in the community this year due to the pandemic, donations through the program are down 37% compared to last year. But thanks to Wally Tsuha, a resounding jingle at Salvation Army headquarters Wednesday morning.
Tsuha donated two bitcoins to Salvation Army, which are worth about $50,000. While the currency is digital, the non-profit is receiving real dollars.
Tsuha, a longtime business executive, made his fortune working in the automotive electronics industry and starting his own corporation.
“I was very fortunate, very lucky,” Tsuha said.Hawaii News Now, December 23, 2020.
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