Cabin Fever and Our Recreation Fund

Our annual Pancake Breakfast raises support for our Recreation Fund. Have you ever wondered why we need a Recreation Fund, or how that money is used? Two of our staff share about one way the fund was recently put to good use.
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Our Early Learning Center

We’re excited to let our supporters know about a new addition to Coyote Hill during the school year – an Early Learning Center.
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We’ll Keep It Going, Mark Zimmer

On January 16, 2018, Coyote Hill lost one of our longest and strongest supporters and friends, Mark Zimmer, following his battle with cancer. Mark and his wife Laurene donated our property in the mid-1990s, and donated the funds to build our second home. The Zimmer Home was completed in the fall of 1999, where 153
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In Memory of Ira Hubbell

On January 8, 2018, Coyote Hill lost a long-time supporter and friend, Ira Hubbell. Ira and his late wife, Gail, donated the funds to build the third home on our property. The Hubbell Home was completed in the fall of 2000. During those 17 years, the Hubbell Home has given 165 children a safe place
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Teaching Children to Value Racial Diversity

“Interracial harmony is more than a politically correct value of our current age. It was God’s plan from the beginning.”
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That’s My Dad – The 300

The influence of a father is crucial for every child. Many of the children we serve have no connection to their fathers. This can make labels such as mom or dad really difficult for the children. At Coyote Hill most of us go by Mr/Ms, followed by our first name. What we become in relationship
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Fun on the Ice

Many view below freezing temperatures, snow and ice as a frightening, inconvenient aspect to life in the Midwest. Not us! Here at Coyote Hill, we’ve been known to specialize in creating fun while calming fears during frightening situations. After several days in a row when the high temperatures were lower than the age of our
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Recognition: 27 Years and Counting

In 1991, Larry and Cathy McDaniel recognized a great need within the foster care system and stepped forward to do something about it by creating Coyote Hill Christian Children’s Home. It’s exciting to see, as 2018 begins our 27th year of ministry, that others around the state are acknowledging that Coyote Hill is indeed filling
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Your Generosity Can Make a Difference in the Life of a Child.