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Beyond LOL Cats: Win $2,500 to Improve Lives with Animals

Animals improve our lives every single day. From a heartwarming baby elephant rescue, to Henri, the sad French cat, whose laments always turn a smile. There's no doubt that animals have a positive influence. We want to take this “Beyond Lol Cats”.



Animals improve our lives every single day. From a heartwarming baby elephant rescue, to Henri, the sad French cat, whose laments always turn a smile. There's no doubt that animals have a positive influence. We want to take this “Beyond Lol Cats”. We want to take our relationship with animals off the internet and into our communities. GOOD Maker is issuing a challenge calling for your ideas that improve lives with animals. The top-voted submission will win a $2,500 grant.

Whether you'd like to start a shelter dog-walking business or a club to protect an endangered species, GOOD Maker can help activate your idea. Simply tell us what’s innovative about your project and how it will improves the lives of both animals and humans, and we’ll award $2,500 to the top-voted submission.

Entries for the Improve Lives with Animals Challenge will be accepted from October 22 through November 15 at noon Pacific Time. Voting will be open from November 16 through December 4 at noon Pacific Time.

Interested in participating in upcoming Challenges on GOOD Maker? Drop us a line at maker[at]goodinc[dot]com, sign up for our email list, or check out the current challengeson GOOD Maker.
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