For the last five years, the Miami-Dade chapter of the Salvation Army has received an unusual gift in one of their famous red kettles. The special gift always comes with a note and a phone call from a woman. This year it happened again.

On Tuesday, the agency got a call telling the bell ringers to check a kettle in Doral, a suburb of Miami. According to the Miami Herald, inside that kettle a worker found an emerald and diamond necklace valued at $1,340. In the past years, the gifts have been two diamond rings, $1,000 and a gold nugget. (My donations seem pretty cheap right about now....)