Are you prepared to face the "Betty White Challenge"? Your friends and neighbors in Grand Junction, Colorado are already on board.

In her honor, Grand Junction area animal lovers are pledging their support to carry on Betty White's lifelong endeavor.

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Facing the Betty White Challenge

As you are no doubt aware, the legendary Betty White has passed away at the age of 99, only a few weeks shy of her 100th birthday.

You're probably also aware Betty White has been a lifelong animal advocate. According to Variety, White was a trustee of Morris Animal Foundation from 1971 to 2013. She also served as vice-president of their canine division from 1973 to 1982 and board president from 1982 to 1985. Then, in 2010, she provided the donation that established the Betty White Wildlife Fund. She also sponsored over 30 animal health studies on behalf of the organization.

Along comes 2022, and we have the "Betty White Challenge." Put simply, on January 17th, people all over the world will be donating $5 to an animal organization in Betty White's honor.

Grand Junction Colorado is All About the Betty White Challenge

I posted the question yesterday on social media, "Do you plan to take the 'Betty White Challenge?" The feedback? Responses came back 100% in favor of participating.

Grand Junction Area Shelters to Consider

If you are looking to participate, there are several animal shelters in the Grand Junction area to consider:

Of course, these represent only a few local suggestions.

This is an Excellent Opportunity

What a great way to celebrate someone's life. When January 17 rolls around, please give serious consideration to participating in the "Betty White Challenge."

Grand Junction Steps Up To The Plate For The 'Betty White Challenge'

On January 17, 2022, what would have been Betty White's 100th birthday, people all over the world will be donating $5 to an animal cause in her memory. Grand Junction is stepping up to the plate in a big way.

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