Country star honoring Betty White’s legacy on her 100th birthday by raising money for animals.
Beloved actor and Golden Girls star Betty White died on New Year’s Eve (Dec. 31), just days shy of her 100th birthday. But fans are going ahead with celebrations for the big mile milestone birthday, and among them is country superstar Trisha Yearwood.
Yearwood’s jumping aboard the Betty White Challenge, which calls on fans to donate to animal shelters or animal rights charities on Jan. 17, which would have been White’s birthday. Throughout her life, White was a champion for animal rights, and she spent five decades working with the Greater Los Angeles Zoo Association.
Yearwood — who shares White’s passion for animal rights, even launching her own Dottie’s Yard Fund charity in 2021 — will participate in the Betty White Challenge by hosting a live event to raise money for animals, according to People. The virtual event will take place on talkshoplive, and both the platform and Yearwood have agreed to match donations up to $10,000…
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