Avista’s Project Share Fund partners with Spokane Shock   

Tags: Avista Utilities, Community Service, Energy Assistance, Events

 
Spokane Shock
The Shock is electric for sure, but this Shock is Spokane’s number one ranked national Arena Football League team.
 
And on July 2, the team’s home game against the number two-ranked Arizona Rattlers will do more than generate a lot of touchdown frenzy. Avista’s Project Share emergency energy assistance fund will receive $3 from every ticket sold when fans use the code word “Share” when they purchase their discounted $12 tickets through TicketsWest, over the phone (800-325-SEAT (7328)), or in person at the Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena Box Office, 720 West Mallon.

It’s summer, why are we talking about energy assistance? Because the need for help in our community doesn’t go away just because the weather gets warmer.
 
Project Share is through donations from our customers, our community and our company. It provides one-time emergency energy assistance to families in our region regardless of the fuel they use for heating. This past heating season, Project Share provided more than $671,000 in energy assistance to 2,972 households in Spokane County. We work with our community Partner, SNAP, to make the grants. More information about Project Share is available on our website.

So, this holiday weekend think winning football team and a big score for Project Share, helping those in need in our community
 
Posted by  System Account  on  6/30/2010
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