Host a Birthday Fundraiser

Party like it’s your birthday!

If you are one of the many generous people who would prefer to give gifts to a non-profit like Coyote Hill rather than receiving gifts on your birthday, then we have some tips for you.  girl licking ice cream cone | coyotehill.org

  1. One year after launching their birthday fundraisers, Facebook announced that users raised over $300 million dollars for causes they care about. If you are interested in this effortless method of celebrating your birthday while helping Coyote Hill, go to Facebook’s Fundraising page and select “Coyote Hill” as your non-profit, then follow their quick and easy steps. If you have any questions about this, contact our social media guru, Kari Hopkins.
  2. If you or someone you know is hosting a birthday party, you can pledge your birthday by contacting Development Director Kelly Meyers. She will give you tips and ideas of what needed supplies you can ask attendees to bring for Coyote Hill.
  3. Share our DONATE page with your friends and family and simply ask them to give a donation in honor of your birthday. These will be recognized and listed in a future newsletter mailing.

Whichever method you prefer, we do hope you feel blessed to celebrate your birthday by supporting kids from hard places!Excited birthday boy with cake | coyotehill.org