‘Most Heartwarming Story’ Contest Will Award $500
One lucky animal organization, participating in this year’s Home 4 the Holidays campaign, will receive a $500 donation for sharing their most heartwarming pet adoption story. To be eligible for this prize the adoption must take place between October 1, 2014, and January 2, 2015, and must include at least one high resolution photo of the pet and/or family. Be sure to enter‐to‐win by telling us the best stories your organization sees during the 2014 campaign. Please see below for details on how to enter.
Every week during the Home 4 the Holidays campaign (October 1, 2014 – January 2, 2015), participating animal organizations are encouraged to enter heartwarming adoption success stories. Submissions can be made weekly by snail mail, email, or tweeting with #BBH4TH, and at the end of each week Helen Woodward Animal Center will select a featured story to be featured on our blog, Pause For Tails.
After the campaign ends on January 2, 2015, the weekly story submissions will be narrowed down by a panel of judges. Those finalists’ stories will then be voted on by the public and our grand prize winner will receive a $500 donation to their organization.
The winner will be announced in February 2015, and will be contacted via phone or email. The winner will also be announced on Helen Woodward Animal Center’s blog.
Rules and Regulations
Where to Submit Your Heartwarming Stories
c/o Home 4 the Holidays
Helen Woodward Animal Center
P.O. Box 64
Rancho Santa Fe, CA 92067
Twitter: Tweet using #BBH4TH to share stories on Twitter!
Congratulations to 2013’s Most Heartwarming Story Winner
Jaime’s Story from Montgomery County Friends of the Shelter!
Most of Jamie’s short, one-year-of-life, was filled with loneliness and neglect. She was discovered in her owner’s apartment, emaciated and frail, tied to a couch with a two-foot piece of rope. Jaime was rescued from her abuser, and after three months of rehabilitation, found a wonderful forever home during the 2013 Blue Buffalo Home 4 the Holidays adoption campaign.