Zany antics help raise $9,000

Kris Rotonda stopped by NHS on his nationwide tour focused on raising donations for animal shelters.

Tuesday, March 9, 2021 | NHS staff

Pies in the face, ice-water baths and pet treats powered a livestreamed Facebook fundraiser Sunday that raised more than $9,000 for the Nebraska Humane Society.

Kris Rotonda, founder of Jordan’s Way, stopped at the Humane Society near 89th and Fort Streets as part of his tour to raise money for 300 shelters in 50 states. Rotonda said he would be visiting eight shelters in Nebraska over four days.

Read the full story from the Omaha World-Herald here.

Watch the video from KETV here.

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