#BettyWhiteChallenge returns to Hamilton, Halton animal charities

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Published January 11, 2023 at 11:16 am

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Betty White died at 99 in Dec. 2021. In her name, the #BettyWhiteChallenge encourages donations to Hamilton and Halton animal charities.

The Betty White Challenge is back.

The late entertainment icon and avid animal lover died at 99 in Dec. 2021. In her name, the #BettyWhiteChallenge encourages donations to animal charities during the week leading up to Jan. 17 — Betty White’s birthday.

The challenge raised $12.7 million globally in 2022.

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Photo courtesy @bettymwhite on Instagram

During last year’s challenge, the Hamilton-Burlington SPCA raised $35,000 for animals in its care.

They’re hoping to match last year’s success.

“As a not-for-profit organization, the HBSPCA relies on support from animal lovers like yourself (and Betty) to help us continue our mission to help abused, neglected, and abandoned animals,” issued the organization. “Join us and honour the comedic legend and animal advocate by making a gift to the HBSPCA in Betty’s name on or before January 17th.”


Donations can be made online in Betty’s name at hbspca.com/donate/single-gift.

A list of other animal charities in Hamilton, Burlington, Milton, and Oakville can be found online.

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