Help Halifax Humane Society Win $100,000 In Grants On Social Media

By on June 1, 2018 in Community Stories

Daytona Beach, FL- The Animal Rescue Site and are giving away thousands of grants to eligible shelters across the country in a new Shelter Challenge contest, and Halifax Humane Society is eligible to win. The New Beginnings Shelter Challenge is a major contest that will give $100,000 in cash grants to eligible shelters that win the most votes in a variety of categories and photo contests. The coveted Grand Prize is a $25,000 grant to help animals, and there are over 50 other grant prizes ranging from $1,000 to $5,000 each.

Every participating shelter has an individual contest page that visitors can share via social media, and where they can vote every day. Visitors can also register for an account to support their favorite shelter in other ways, get emailed notifications about new contests, and to become eligible for a Sweepstakes prize.

Halifax Humane Society can utilize all and any funds we receive from third parties for the care and benefit of our community’s animals. This is a great opportunity for the community to simply vote daily so the grant can be awarded to HHS.

“Every little bit helps us care for just one more animal who needs a forever home. With the help of our community, we can win the $25,000 grant and provide that many more spay/neuter procedures, behavioral rehabilitation’s, and so much more”, said Pam Clayton, Chief Financial Development Officer.

Strong community support makes all the difference in Shelter Challenge contest, ensuring that all shelters, regardless of size and location, have a chance to win. To take part, visitors can go to the Shelter Challenge website at and vote for Halifax Humane Society every day.

The Shelter Challenge is hosted by GreaterGood and The Animal Rescue Site. Shelter Challenge grant prizes are distributed by To learn more, please visit The Animal Rescue Site, at

For more information about Halifax Humane Society, visit For questions, contact Barry KuKes, Community Outreach Director at 386-274-4703 ext. 320 or

Copyright Southern Stone Communications 2018


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