The Hawaiian Humane Society announced they raised more than $32,000 as part of the Betty White Challenge. The #BettyWhiteChallenge movement started on social media to honor the late actress who was also known for being an animal activist. Maui Humane Society raised $15,000 and are thankful for all that contributed!
Betty White called television her hobby and animals her work. And in the wake of her death last week at the age of 99, a movement called the #BettyWhiteChallenge has spread on social media. It asks people to donate money to animal shelters or rescues in White’s name on Jan. 17 ― the day she would’ve turned 100. Maui Humane Society has a cat named after Betty White’s character in Golden Girls, Rose Nylund. She is still available for adoption!