Power Play Program Sparks Avista’s $1,350 Donation to Project Share

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Proud Spokane Chiefs partner Avista Utilities will donate $1,350 to Project Share after the Chiefs scored 54 power play goals during the 2019-20 regular season.

For each power play goal the Chiefs score, Avista donates $25 to Project Share, which was established to provide emergency energy assistance to those who are not eligible for heating assistance or who have exhausted all other available energy assistance sources. Funding for Project Share comes from contributions made by local utilities and their customers.

“Avista is proud to support Project Share through our partnership with the Spokane Chiefs,” said Ana Mathews, Avista Consumer Affairs PM. “Project Share funds can help our friends and neighbors in need during these uncertain times.”

Of the team’s 54 power play goals, WHL Player of the Year and Minnesota Wild prospect Adam Beckman led the way with 16. Veteran winger Leif Mattson had seven and 14 different Chiefs had at least one. WHL Defenseman of the Year and New Jersey Devils prospect had 18 assists with the man advantage, as did WHL assist leader Eli Zummack.

Thank you to Avista Utilities for making power play goals count with the Avista Power Play program!

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