Greater Good Charities and Halo Announce the Fido Foster “Lucky Dog” Photo Contest to Celebrate Pet Heroes Across the U.S.

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Grand Prize Includes a Year-Supply of Halo Pet Food along with a $5,000 Grant Courtesy of MyPetCandle and 5,000 Halo Meals to Donate to an Animal Shelter

Seattle, Wash., Feb. 25, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- To celebrate pet heroes across the country, Greater Good Charities and Halo pet food announce the Fido Foster “Lucky Dog” photo contest. From now until March 9, dog fosters and adopters are invited to visit FidoFoster.org to share a photo of their foster or adopted dog and answer the question, “Why is your dog a lucky dog?”

“Many pets have been neglected or abused when they enter a stressful animal shelter environment, and foster homes make it possible for them to spend their time in a loving home waiting for a forever family,” said Liz Baker, CEO of Greater Good Charities. “The Fido Foster ‘Lucky Dog’ Photo Contest will recognize these foster heroes and the dogs they have helped save.”

The grand prize winner of the Fido Foster “Lucky Dog” Photo Contest will enjoy a year-supply of Halo pet food along with 5,000 meals from Halo and a $5,000 grant courtesy of MyPetCandle to donate to an animal shelter of their choice. The grand prize winner will also receive a premium annual membership and $100 in free dog walks from Wag!

Two runner ups of the contest will receive 3,000 Halo meals to donate to an animal shelter of their choice and $100 in free dog walks from Wag! Additionally, there’s a fun Limerick Challenge where three winners will be chosen, each winning $100 worth of Halo dog treats.

The “Lucky Dog” Photo Contest panel of judges will select the top 25 entries, for the public to vote on from March 10 – 16. One grand prize winner and two runner ups with the most votes, will be announced on St Patrick’s Day (March 17).

FidoFoster.org is focused on improving the care for homeless dogs by supporting a national network of foster caregivers and helping organizations become foster-centric. With advice from pet experts, it’s an online community for connection and information-sharing on important topics including dog care, foster resources, and canine nutrition for all life stages.

At FidoFoster.org, interested participants can learn more about the “Lucky Dog” Photo Contest including additional prizes.

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About Greater Good Charities
Greater Good Charities is a 501(c)(3) national nonprofit organization, with a 100/100 rating on Charity Navigator, that works to amplify the good in the world to improve the health and well-being of people, pets, and the planet. Since 2007, Greater Good Charities has given over $300 million in cash and in-kind grants to over 5,000 charitable partners worldwide and funded projects in 121 countries. To date, Greater Good Charities has provided $18 million in support for COVID-19 disaster-relief, including cash grants, in-kind supplies, and programmatic support. To learn more about how Greater Good Charities is amplifying the good across the globe, please visit greatergood.org or follow us on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter.

About Halo, Purely for Pets®
For over 30 years, Halo® has been dedicated to creating exceptional food that pets love and pet parents trust. Halo® prides itself on the quality of its pet nutrition products, using GAP-certified and MSC-certified sustainable proteins that say no to factory farming and offer Super Digestibility. Halo also uses Non-GMO fruits and vegetables in its pet food formulated by an experienced and respected animal nutritionist, and consults with veterinarians to ensure Halo® continues to offer the best pet food. In addition to their innovative whole meat formulas, Halo also offers an award-winning line of vegan food for dogs. With more than 1 million votes cast by readers in the largest survey of vegan products in the world, Halo’s Garden of Vegan® won the prestigious 2018 VegNews Veggie Award for “Best Dog Food,” leaping ahead of the competition.

CONTACT: Greater Good Charities press@greatergood.org