Dear Shiloh Community,
Times are tough, but Eagles are tougher...and kinder...and more generous! Please read the following message from Paul Kautzman, Athletic Director at Shiloh's "feeder" high school, Mt. Spokane. Follow his directions below if you would like to donate even just a few dollars to support those in our community who are struggling to pay utility bills during this difficult time. Or, click here to be taken to the SNAP website. Check out the leaderboards! Looks like we are up against the amazing and generous efforts of the Rogers, North Central, and Lewis and Clark communities!!
Nick Edwards and Laura Duchow
Principals, Shiloh Hills Elementary School
From Mr. Kautzman:
We are launching a campaign to raise money to pay the electric bills for everyone who needs it in the county through SNAP’s “Project Share” program.
And we need your help. . .
Please take a minute to do the following:
- Text “lightson15” to 71777 and make a donation. Dig as deep as you can. If we can get every school employee inthe county to donate $40, we will make our goal of paying everyone's bill who needs it...in the whole county.
- Like ourFacebook and Instagram page, #spokanekeepthelightson, and like or share our posts over the next three weeks.
- Tell your peers at middle and elementary that if they want to get involved, to email firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com
- Share this information with whoever you know will help create some energy and competition. Challenge them! Talk smack even!
- Check out the amazing programs that SNAP offers athttps://www.snapwa.org/menu/ Prior to the COVID crisis, Spokane County unemployment was at 5.7%, and is rising as more people experience layoffs. Over 12,500 households received energy assistance from SNAP in 2019, including Brandi and her sons. Last week, SNAP gave out $37,000 in this type of relief. SNAP indeed!