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And the Winners of the 2014 $100K Challenge Are…

The 5th and final ASPCA Rachael Ray $100K Challenge: 50 tough competitors, 3 months, a combined 68,805 animals’ lives saved—an increase of 16,789 over last year. YEAH. BABY!!!

And leading the pack?

Why are these people so happy? The staff and volunteers at Central California SPCA saved 2,640 dogs and cats in 3 months—a grand prize-worthy increase of 1,612 over the same period last year.


$100K Grand Prize Winner/Division 5 Winner

Central California SPCA, Fresno, CA

$25K Community Engagement Prize Winner       

Kansas City Pet Project, Kansas City, MO

2nd Place Overall      

City of Stockton Animal Services, Stockton, CA

Division 1 Winner                                    

Angels of Assisi, Roanoke, VA

Division 2 Winner                                                    

Clay County Animal Care and Control, Green Cove Springs, FL

Division 3 Winner                                                      

Southern Pines Animal Shelter, Hattiesburg, MS

Division 4 Winner                                                      

Foothills Animal Shelter, Golden, CO


Check the Leaderboard for detailed results—including total lives saved, overall rank and increase over last year for all competing agencies.

They’ve raised the bar—so let’s raise our glasses! Click here to join us in saluting the staffs, volunteers and communities of all 50 contestants—you have inspired us, you have inspired your colleagues in the field and you have inspired your communities. Thank you, thank you, thank you!

Visit us on Facebook for coverage of the celebrations nationwide, and stay tuned to the ASPCApro Blog for a recap of the victory parties later this week.


Related links:
ASPCA Rachael Ray $100K Challenge





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