Since July 5 the Door County Humane Society (DCHS) has been competing in the national Saving Pets Challenge. This challenge consists of hundreds of animal welfare organizations all competing to see who can raise the most money for their cause in 30 days. DCHS will compete from now until Aug. 4.
“Our original goal was to raise $50,000, but now that we have surpassed that amount we are dreaming even bigger. Our new goal is to raise $100,000, place in the top five, and once again put the Door County Humane Society on the nation’s radar,” stated Executive Director Carol Boudreau.
Currently DCHS is in second place. If they can maintain that spot through continued financial support and stay in the top five until the end of the challenge they will have the opportunity to receive a portion of the remaining $150,000 in bonus money.
To donate go to doorcountyhumanesociety.org and click on the red Saving Pets Challenge button on the right-hand side of the screen.