BLAIR COUNTY, Pa. (WTAJ) — Animal shelters across the United States are working to get the un-noticed animals, noticed through a project called Jordan’s Way.
The Central PA Humane Society said they are going to be doing this through a fundraiser that will be streamed on Facebook Live, showing off the animals that have been in the shelter the longest. The event is Wednesday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and will be streaming live on Facebook.
This is a huge opportunity for the humane society to raise much-needed funds and whichever shelter raises the most money will win $25,000.
You can make a donation by walking in or over the phone.
“To place the animals in a loving home, so the money is going to go towards trying to find that animal a loving home and trying to get these animals that were overlooked a better life,” Central PA Humane Society Volunteer Janeen Nebelski said.
The fundraiser will have some fun things going on, like local celebrities getting a pie in the face or a bucket of ice on them.
If you want to help out, the Central PA Humane Society said they will be taking donations up to a week after the event.
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