Ruff Start Rescue competes for $100,000; voting allowed daily

Ruff Start Rescue, a non-profit animal welfare organization in Princeton, is involved in a national video voting competition where it could win $100,000 for community programming. The competition is being offered through USA Today and Gannett.
Ruff Start Rescue hopes to win the funds to pay for free spay and neuter services and vaccinations for cats as well as to fund educational materials and engagement activities to raise awareness of animal welfare issues and promote the health and well-being of both animals and people.
The voting competition runs through May 12.
Ruff Start Rescue is competing against 600 other community ideas from around the nation.
People may vote once a day. To see Ruff Start Rescue’s video or to vote, go to http://usat.ly/2oMdrXR.