The ASPCA Rachael Ray $100K Challenge is a groundbreaking contest that challenges animal shelters across the country to come up with innovative ways to engage their communities and get more homeless cats and dogs into loving homes and will compare the number of animals adopted, returned to their owner or transferred to another rescue, from the same time period the previous year. The Lynchburg Humane Society is in a category with 10 other humane shelters that have an intake of 1,500-2,500 animal a year. Also competing in this category is Angels of Assisi from the Roanoke area.
Lynchburg Humane Society’s Summer of 1,000 Lives has a goal to have 1,000 more animals leave the shelter and that will be accomplished through many adoption events and promotions through out the summer. With opportunities for the Lynchburg Humane Society to win $100,000 in grants, we are eager to succeed to have the resources to have a bigger impact on the lives in the Lynchburg area.
That is why we are asking everyone, What life will you save?
Can’t adopt? Help by becoming an adoption agent and promote a pet in need. Learn more of up coming adoption events and volunteer opportunities on our website Lynchburghumane.org under get involved.