Needs and Results Are Bigger Than We Realize

Needs and Results Are Bigger Than We Realize

My wife Amanda and I have been Home Parents for almost two years now. During that time, we’ve had the privilege to care for 20 children as longer term placements in our home. Many of those are sibling sets. The need is bigger than we ever realized, because of the number of children suffering from
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Coyote Hill Approved for YOP Tax Credits to Build New Home

Coyote Hill Approved for YOP Tax Credits to Build New Home

Coyote Hill Christian Children’s Home has been approved by the Missouri Department of Economic Development to receive $400,000 toward the Youth Opportunities Program (YOP) tax credits. Donations of $1,000 or more are eligible for a 50% tax credit. (see examples below) All donations will be used to build a new 5,500 sq. ft. home for
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The Ministry of Garden Boxes

The Ministry of Garden Boxes

Some of our supporters give of their resources and finances. Others give of their time and talents. Either way, we want you to know that each and every one of your gifts, in all their various forms, truly do minister to our children.
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Parties Well Done

Parties Well Done

“We often remind our kids that there are SO many people who love them and show that love by supporting Coyote Hill. At Christmastime, they get to see it in action!” 
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Firsts at a Chiefs Game

Firsts at a Chiefs Game

Each fall, Commercial Trust Company of Fayette and Harrisburg donates tickets for some of our Coyote Hill kids to attend Kansas City Chiefs games. In addition, they provide spending money for the kids to enjoy fun stadium food and to purchase Chief’s gear.
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We’ll Keep It Going, Mark Zimmer

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

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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The Coyote Hill 300

The Coyote Hill 300

Help care for the fatherless by becoming 1 of 300 fathers committed to caring for the fatherless in mid-Missouri. Join the Coyote Hill 300, protect the innocent child.
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Your Generosity Can Make a Difference in the Life of a Child.