Thank You, Odd Fellows Lodge #207

The Independent Order of Odd Fellows stands for caring for their community through love and friendship. One way they do this is by caring for children that are in need of homes and families. On Saturday, July 8, we were grateful to celebrate their generosity and faithfulness to their mission through the dedication of our
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Expanding Perspective – To Ecuador

In December, our children were blessed with an “it is more blessed to give than to receive” opportunity. Relief Home Parent Dad, Jordan Douce, and his wife Violeta from Ecuador came up with the idea. Violeta explains:
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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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From Florida or Michigan, We Come to Serve

“Do what you can while you still have time to do it.” This is the motivator for Lynne Mullen, grandmother to three and a retired nurse who brought this message all the way from Tampa Bay, Florida. This the second mission trip she’s taken with a granddaughter to Missouri. This time Katie, 17, an upcoming
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Blast from the Past – Summer Camp, Then and Now

We can’t put a specific year on this, since attending camp has been a big part of many Coyote Hill children’s summer experiences over the years. One camp that Coyote Hill has been sending children and youth to for most of our 25 years is Mt. Zion Youth Camp.
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Basketball Blessings

Generosity and blessings happen each and every day at Coyote Hill. Sometimes they come from the most unlikely places. Home Parent Dad from The Atherton Home, Brian Wallace, explains:
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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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25 Year Timeline of Coyote Hill

Take a moment to click through the slideshow below and learn more about 25 years of providing “A Safe Place to Be a Child.”
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Your Generosity Can Make a Difference in the Life of a Child.