‘Anchorman 2’ fundraiser benefits San Diego animals

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SAN DIEGO – A social media fundraising campaign tied to the opening of “Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues” and involving television personality Rachael Ray will benefit the San Diego Humane Society/SPCA, the agency announced Tuesday.

TAnchorman, will ferrellhe organization will be the beneficiary of the Baxter Burgundy Scholarship for Classy Dogs, named after the dog of the character played by actor Will Farrell.

Ray is scheduled to announce the campaign on her television show on Wednesday, the day the sequel about the farcical San Diego TV news anchor opens.

The Humane Society will receive $1 for every new “like” on the Facebook page of Nutrish, a brand of pet food, before Dec. 23. The organizations hope to raise $10,000 to assist homeless animals.


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