The Betty White Challenge is Encouraging Individuals to Support Local Animal Shelters
The Betty White Challenge
LEWISTON - Betty White always had a deep love for animals, and compassion to help others. She worked with shelters, zoos and more, all while having a plethora of animals of her own. The “Betty White Challenge” calls for donations to be made to animal rescues and shelters on her 100th birthday, Monday, January 17.
Idaho Animal Rescue Network, is a local non-profit that works to educate, advocate, and network with other rescues and law enforcement in Idaho, regarding animal cruelty and neglect. They have started a fundraiser to encourage community members to get involved in the challenge.
Those who are looking to donate should go to bettywhitechallenge.org
You can also donate to their Rescue using Facebook or these options:
Venmo: IdahoPetRescue (4 digit code is 9751)
Mailing Address: Idaho Animal Rescue Network 2021 Ripon Ave Lewiston ID 83501
"This small gesture would make a world of difference for the animals and would honor a great lady who was dedicated to animal welfare," Idaho Animal Rescue Network said in a Facebook post. "Our little rescue has grown and with that growth comes many more expenses, primarily veterinary bills".
Individuals can also contact their local animal shelters such as;
- Lewis Clark Animal Shelter
- Humane Society of the Palouse
- Whitman County Humane Society