Support Ann Arbor’s SafeHouse Center in the Jelly Bean Jump Up Pet Photo Contest

ANN ARBOR, me. – Make your pet a star while supporting Ann Arbor’s SafeHouse Center in the Jelly Bean Jump Up Pet Photo Contest.

Pet parents in the Ann Arbor area are invited to submit photos of their favorite furry companion until Friday, March 5th at 11pm.

Friends and family members can vote for their favorite animal by making a donation as part of the competition. The donations will support SafeHouse’s 24-hour programs and services for survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault.

However, the competition is not limited to furry participants. Feathered, ribbed, and scaly companions can also be entered as per the contest page.

The competition, hosted by Zingermans Roadhouse, is part of the sixth annual Jelly Bean Jump Up fundraiser, which runs through Sunday February 28th.

Read: Zingerman’s 6th Annual SafeHouse Fundraiser Runs Virtually Amid a Pandemic


1. Submit your favorite photo.

Participants must create an account, provide the pet’s name, their own name, and an email address.

Pet names are displayed with their photos, and pet parents can also leave a small blurb about their pet.

2. Share the link.

If you think your pet deserves first place (and why not), share the link on your attendees with your friends, family members, book clubs, study groups, and happy hour virtual friends via social media.

3rd vote!

Entries are free, but community members can help their favorite animal rise through the ranks by buying votes.

Each vote costs $ 1. The minimum donation, according to the event site, is $ 5 (a small price to pay for your pet’s fame and honor).

Find the pet photo contest here.

No pet? No problem. The Jelly Bean Jump Up fundraiser also has blue donation boxes at all Zingerman businesses and many businesses in the Ann Arbor area.


Check out the fundraiser website for more ways you can support the SafeHouse Center, including a special dinner, corgi cookies, and a special cocktail.

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