Betty White’s legacy carries on her unrelenting commitment to the welfare of animals.
Morris Animal Foundation has received a grant of $150,000 from the Betty White Estate. The Betty White Wildlife Fund, which addresses serious health issues in wildlife, will receive help from the cash, according to the foundation.
White, who died on December 31, 2021, at the age of 99, spent her life working to make animals’ lives better. She was a longtime member of the Morris Animal Foundation.
According to Tiffany Grunert, president and CEO of the organisation, “This donation from the estate of the late Betty White is just another example of the kindness, thoughtfulness, and love for animals she embraced every day.” We will continue to commemorate her life by enhancing the lives of animals everywhere thanks to this kind donation.
White spent 24 years as a board trustee and 3 years as board president for the Morris Animal Foundation. She also directly supported more than 30 foundation-funded studies on animal health to assist cats, dogs, horses, and animals enjoy longer, healthier lives.
Animals are one of my greatest loves in life, White declared in 2011. “Morris Animal Foundation is a global pioneer in promoting the longer, healthier lives of animals. like my fave, of course, dogs. Although I also like horses, kitten cats could be the greatest. Apes are some of my closest pals. Elephants are amazing, aren’t they? Who wouldn’t want to cuddle with a tiger, after all? I kid you not. I adore everyone of them.