#GivingTuesday 2016

In the same way that Black Friday and Cyber Monday kick off the holiday shopping season, #GivingTuesday kicks off the holiday giving season globally.  Our goal for #GivingTuesday 2016 is to see how many of you will help us celebrate the conclusion of our 25th year of ministry! It’s that simple – would you give $25, in
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We Need Your Feedback

For many years, Coyote Hill has kept our supporters informed every week via email. Now we’d like to know what you think. (If you do not currently receive our email newsletters, you can sign up HERE.)
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Boots ‘n Bids, 2016

Our 10th annual event, held at Stoney Creek Hotel, turned out to be a RoundUp we won’t soon forget!
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Fall Fest, Corn Maze…and Mom is Always Right

On October 2, The Crossing hosted a Fall Fest at Shyrocks Farm, allowing us to enjoy a fun-filled afternoon! The Zimmer Home, Hubbell Home and Wright Home were all able to attend. There were lots of extra fun & games for all ages, with activities ranging from throwing darts at balloon pumpkins to getting dye sprayed on their hair.
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Happy 25th Birthday, Coyote Hill

Lovely weather and a crowd of over 400 people made Sunday, September 11th a perfect day to celebrate our 25th!
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The Little Pony That Could

Actually, this is a story about the miniature horse that could – and the children who taught him how. Big and little victories occur daily in Overton Arena. One in particular caused lots of celebration this summer. Our Equine Program and Barn Manager, Rebecca Buchholz, tells the story:
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We Need Your Intervention

Let’s be honest. Loving broken people can be exhausting at times. Yet that is what we, as the hands and feet of Jesus, are supposed to do. It’s what we strive for each and every moment at Coyote Hill…loving some of the most broken of “the least of these.” 
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Hope for the Future

She is slow to open up. Slow to share her dreams…slow to smile. But take a few moments to put her at ease and her dreams and ambitions start to flow. Leiyah graduated high school on May 22nd, after arriving here in October of 2015. The adjustment to Coyote Hill is perhaps hardest for older
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Your Generosity Can Make a Difference in the Life of a Child.