St. Joseph Man Donates 25 Years Worth of Change to Local Non-Profit

Robert Pase spent the past 25 years filling a large water jug with loose change and decided to donate the money to the St. Joseph Pregnancy Resource Center.

Posted: Feb. 16, 2018 12:00 PM
Updated: Feb. 16, 2018 12:02 PM

(ST. JOSEPH, Mo.) Robert Pase, 82, of St. Joseph has been collecting loose change in a large water jug for the passed 25 years. 

He decided now was the right time to donated the money to a local organization. 

Pase's wife is a volunteer for the St. Joseph Pregnancy Resource Center so he gave the funds to the non-for-profit organization because he says, it's all about the kids.

"I'm a sucker for little kids and I love little kids," Pase said. "I've got a bunch of them myself with my wife and we have grandkids and great grandkids and I just decided this baby bottle thing would be a good thing to do and give it to them and they can use it."

The grand total of all the change equaled to nearly $200.

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