The Silver Lining in My Hot Water Tank

iGive.comAbout a month ago, I went downstairs to wash the laundry, only to discover that the hot water tank had sprung a leak. A very bad leak. Water was gushing out like someone had opened up a faucet. So instead of doing the laundry (darn!), I started shopping for a new water heater.

I’d completely forgotten that I’d registered with iGive, but as soon as I went to, a little popup showed up to tell me that 1.2% of my purchase would be donated to the MdDS Balance Disorder Foundation. That might seem like a small donation, but since I ended up replacing the broken tank with an expensive tankless water heater, the Home Depot made a donation on my behalf in the amount of $12.

So in addition to not having to do the laundry, I found a $12 silver lining in my broken hot water tank.

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