Where to Recycle Frequent Flier Miles


Not everything that can be recycled is made of wood, fabric, or other materials. Even something like frequent flier miles can be donated for another use. In this case, Lucky Horse Equine Rescue in Bolton, MA, will use your unused miles for their new Lucky Dog program to rescue street dogs in Central America for adoption here. Contact LHER at 978-293-6153 to find out how you can make the donation.

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