Willow is over today, and Ashli got me thinking about how to help dogs, so I went over to The London Humane Society's web site and discovered something awesome.
You can donate to The London Human Society with HBC Rewards points. To any individual person, these things are useless anyway. I've had my HBC card since long before it switched from being "Club Z". Yet, in 10-15 years of occasional shopping at Zellers and hundreds of dollars spent on Mac makeup at The Bay (as gifts for girls of course....yes...gifts), here is the complete list of wonderful rewards I could obtain:
So screw that. My points are useless to me. With lots of people donating their points to the Humane Society, though, they add up and can probably net some stuff that's actually useful. Stuff that could improve or save an animal's life. You can donate any percentage of points you want, and you can do it all online right here. If you're not in London, you can donate to your local humane society. (I'm seeing mostly Canada on there, but you people in the US probably don't know what the fuck HBC is and stopped reading two paragraphs ago anyway).
Unfortunately, you can't donate points already earned. To keep them from going to waste, then, I'd better order that magazine holder. It'd go good beside the toilet for some bathroom reading. I've never understood that, since I eat lots of fiber, but maybe guests would enjoy it, and the faux leather would certainly spruce up the bathroom's style.
But seriously, dear blog readers...though I hate being preachy, this is something that can do some good for virtually no effort.