You Go, Girl!

You Go, Girl!

“This is the only 5K I am ever going to run!” One of our teenage girls, Chloe*, made that statement on December 1, the morning of the Girls on the Run 5K event she and 10 more of our girls participated in. What happened within moments after the race will make you want to cheer
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Looking Back at 27 Years of Ministry

Looking Back at 27 Years of Ministry

As 2018 draws to a close, our Executive Director and Founder, Larry McDaniel, reflects on where we’ve come from and where we are going as a ministry:
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Girls on the Run – Season 1

Girls on the Run – Season 1

This year Coyote Hill participated in our first season of Girls on the Run. Girls on the Run is a national program that focuses on giving girls the tools to learn who they are, what they are capable of, and how to use their supports.
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Veterans Partner with Coyote Hill

Veterans Partner with Coyote Hill

Millions of veterans nationwide return home with post-traumatic stress disorder, depression and traumatic brain injuries. Recently, the Columbia VA Medical Center partnered with Coyote Hill, in order that veterans could be enriched while working with our horses.
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Boots ‘n Bids 2018 is Life Changing

Boots ‘n Bids 2018 is Life Changing

On October 11th, our 12th Annual Boots ‘n Bids for Kids, presented by Robinson + Ries Orthodontics, saw nearly 300 people in attendance. $120,000 was raised for children in need of a safe place to be a child!
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Girls on the Run

Girls on the Run

When our ten 5th through 9th grade girls were asked on the first practice night of “Girls on the Run” what they thought they would be doing, polar opposite replies were heard:
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More Than a Safe Place

More Than a Safe Place

You won’t want to miss a recent article in the Columbia Business Times by Hartley Wright. Here’s a brief excerpt:
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Our Past Does Not Define our Future – Conclusion

Our Past Does Not Define our Future – Conclusion

This is the conclusion of Calvin Temple’s story (read Part 1 of the story HERE.) When I was in sixth grade, I was placed into foster care for the third time. This is when I knew I was going to be a foster kid for the rest of my life.
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Your Generosity Can Make a Difference in the Life of a Child.