"Pete" Makes Holiday Donation to Easterseals
For the 42nd year, the anonymous benefactor donated money for kids' gifts
The mysterious donor “Pete” has struck again at the Easterseals Rehabilitation Center. WNIN’s John Gibson has the story:
The Rehab Center says it received a call Monday morning from the anonymous benefactor who calls himself Pete.
He said he had just delivered a gift, and told staff to look for his donation outside the nonprofit’s headquarters at 3701 Bellemeade Avenue in Evansville.
A group of staff members followed Pete’s directions and found a gift bag. Inside was a holiday decoration--a red truck with Christmas decorations in the bed and bulbs that light. Tucked in the truck bed were 30 one-hundred-dollar bills -- a donation of $3,000.
Easterseals says Pete has now made 42 holiday donations since 1990, topping $103,000.
Again this year, he stressed that his donation be used to provide gifts to children with disabilities from disadvantaged families served by Easterseals.