AHS participates in the Betty White Challenge, encouraging Arizonans to donate, adopt, foster, or volunteer in the late pet lover’s name.

On December 31, 2021, the world lost an icon, and our nation lost its grandmother and a devoted pet enthusiast. Beloved “Golden Girls” actress Betty White passed away quietly in her home at the age of 99. Today, January 17, 2022, would have been her 100th birthday.

A social media challenge has gone viral to continue the legacy of the late philanthropist and animal rights activist in honor of the day. Fox News 10 stopped by AHS and talked with one of our team members to find out more. Check out this clip to learn how you can participate in the Betty White Challenge, or click here to Donate Now.

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  • Fox 10: The Betty White Challenge Goes Viral

    Shelters across the country are seeing an increase in donations in honor of animal lover Betty White who passed away last month at the age of 99. Monday, January 17, would have been Betty’s 100th birthday, and people are paying it forward as part of the Betty White Challenge. For those interested in donating, they can do so at www.azhumane.org.