This is a cool idea:
If every customer of Qdoba used the same shared loyalty rewards card to earn free meals, a lot of food could be donated to hungry families.
That’s the Project Burrito idea that Chris Overcash brought to Random Hacks of Kindness this weekend. Today, you could start using the above loyalty rewards account to help earn free food for needy families, beginning here in Philadelphia.
I’m not big on Qdoba, but I suppose it could make a difference nonetheless. What other loyalty rewards cards give actual stuff (as opposed to just points)? Also seems like it could be a logistics nightmare.
Reminds me of that debt buyback initiative Occupy Wall Street recently started.