Chiefs Raise $3,750 for Fallen Heroes Project on Military Appreciation Night

Larry Brunt

Spokane, Wash. — The Spokane Chiefs are proud to announce that $3,750 was raised as part of the team’s annual Military Appreciation Night on January 18, 2020. The funds will help the Washington State Fallen Heroes Project honor, support and educate military members, their families and the community.

Funds were raised via blind auction at during General Store Family Feast Night & Rally Towel Giveaway on Jan. 18, 2020 as the Chiefs took on the Regina Pats. Proceeds from Military Appreciation Night t-shirts at the Chiefs Team Store were also donated toward the cause.

About the Washington State Fallen Heroes Project

The Washington State Fallen Heroes Project started out as a forever memorial to those who paid the ultimate price by being carried in parades and displayed at events, now the project is much more to all involved. Today, the vision is straight forward: remembering those who paid the ultimate price and supporting the families who bear this burden. WAFHP wants to make sure that no Gold Star family ever has to bear the cost of remembering their Fallen Hero. Learn more at

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