I'm cleaning up a lot of the unopened mail that Art has been accumulating now that I'm organizing his office/desk for him. He's busy right now with a tiling project for our home renovation and the pile of papers he's set aside has become a bit daunting for him.
In his mountain of mail were quite a number of charity requests. One was from the Easter Seals. Ummmm... this is what was in the envelope: stationary pad, stickers, Easter Seal stamp stickers, letters, some kind of certificate... Puhleeease. This is even more reason why I wouldn't donate to them. There's obviously too much operating and advertising costs. I'm going to assume just from this envelope that a whole lot of my contribution may not be going where you'd want it to. You know that a LOT of people will just throw this away. The waste. I'm keeping the stickers and stamps for KC to play with next month. I don't think I've ever received mail from anybody with an Easter Seal sticker stamp on it. Why do they do this?