Thanks, man. I'm actually thinking of the best place to donate the helmet. So that other, prospective riders might see it and understand what it means.
A few things you could do with your helmet:
*Flower Planter - flip it upside down, attach to a small, sturdy board to make the base, fill it full of dirt and plants and watch it grow
*Hanging Basket Planter - drill a few drain holes through the top (which will become the bottom), attach wires to form the hanger, fill with dirt and flowers
*Picture Frame - attach picture to inside of clear visor
*Lamp - find a lamp kit at your local craft store and outfit your helmet to light up your room
*Bird House - a bit of wood for the base to close it up, remove the visor and fill with moss and other nesting material
*Target Practice - old helmets make excellent targets
*Mailbox - affix the helmet bottom to a piece of wood, attach a flag to the side, and the visor becomes the mailbox door
*Desk Clock - find a clock kit at your local craft store and never lose track of time again
*Garage/Workbench Storage - seal up the base and use it as storage, just open and close the visor to retrieve your items
*Kitten Bed - remove the visor, place a fluffy blanket inside and form into a comfy bed
*Hamster/Mouse House - attach a piece of wood to the bottom for the base and fill with hamster bedding material, such as wood pulp
*Beach Cooler - flip upside down, place a plastic bag inside, fill with ice and steady in sand
*Donate it to the local EMTs or fire department to practice safely removing helmets when responding to crashes, etc.