Christmas is over and the Salvation Army red kettles have been put away, but one Wisconsin bell ringer received a lot more than spare change.
In fact, this gift wasn't money at all. But it's worth a good chunk of it.
Bill ringer Bill Kelly was just about to end his day when he came across some prized jewelry.
"I was getting ready to take the money to the bank and I found two gold rings -- an engagement and a wedding ring. Someone anonymously put them in the bucket," Kelly said. "It is gratifying to see how people give. It gives you a good feeling."
The rings given by the anonymous donor are valued at about $150. Kelly said they will be sold and the money go directly to the Salvation Army.