The Spokane Chiefs are partnering with Fred Meyer and Second Harvest on Wednesday, January 25 to collect food donations from 4-6 p.m. Chiefs players will be on hand to help bag groceries, sign autographs, take photos and collect donations at three different Fred Meyer locations around Spokane.
While meeting the Chiefs, fans are encouraged to donate non-perishable food items to help families in need. Donated food items will help the local community through Second Harvest. The Chiefs will also accept monetary donations.
The Chiefs will be at the following stores from 4-6 p.m. on Wednesday, January 25:
FRED MEYER – Thor/Freya Store
400 S. Ralph St., Spokane, WA 99202
**Expected players: #3 Matt Leduc, #6 Tyson Helgesen, #10 Ethan McIndoe, #11 Jaret Anderson-Dolan, #20 Hayden Ostir, #26 Hudson Elynuik, #24 Ty Smith, #29 Eli Zummack
FRED MEYER – Sprague/Sullivan Store
15609 E. Sprague Ave., Spokane Valley, WA 99037
**Expected players: #4 Jeff Faith, #16 Taylor Ross, #21 Pavel Kousal, #23 Jake Toporowski, #27 Riley McKay, #28 Rykr Cole, #32 Dalton Hamaliuk, #37 Dawson Weatherill
FRED MEYER – Wandermere Store
12120 N. Division St., Spokane, WA 99218
**Expected players: #7 Nolan Reid, #8 Jake McGrew, #9 Keanu Yamamoto, #12 Alex Mowbray, #13 Riley Woods, #17 Kailer Yamamoto, #25 Ondrej Najman, #33 Jayden Sittler, Boomer the Bear
Expected players are tentative and subject to change.
About Second Harvest
Founded in 1971 as a central warehouse for a handful of emergency food pantries in Spokane, Second Harvest is the pioneering organization that leads the fight against hunger in the Inland Northwest. Today, partnerships with 250 neighborhood food banks and meal centers make it possible for Second Harvest to provide food to thousands of hungry people each week. Second Harvest’s food bank network spans 21 counties in Eastern Washington and five counties in North Idaho – just over 51,000 square miles. Second Harvest provides 2 million pounds of free food each month throughout its vast service area. Second Harvest’s food helps fill the nutritional gap for people in poverty, the working poor, elderly and disabled people on very low fixed incomes, and children and families in temporary crisis.