Missing or murdered sisters M.O.M.S. for short held a celebration Saturday for the $10,000 dollar donation that was made from a New Jersey based charity foundation.
The event was held in Rocky Mount.
The money came last Friday from Peter Pinto who saw the story on television.
The money is going to be used to keep the billboards up, a commercial, and also to give out rewards that lead to information and a conviction.
Stephanie Jones, the founder of the group, says her cousin Glinda Pulley and her 10 year old son Tyler Jones were murdered in 2005.
She is hoping to raise reward money for their unsolved murder next.
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