Meet the Vassars

Meet the Vassars

“Ultimately, no matter how hard we try, we will fail and disappoint a child. We’re human. Our job is to show them no matter how we or others may fail them, they have a good Father who will always love them. When they come to that understanding and we get to walk through that with them,
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The Making of a Leader

The Making of a Leader

As 2019 and our 28th year of ministry draws to a close, we hope you know how much we appreciate your continued support. Without it, success story’s like John’s* would not be possible.
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One Step Forward

One Step Forward

Coach Gary Pinkel’s foundation, GP M.A.D.E., The Crossing, and Dick’s Sporting Goods recently partnered together to provide an amazing Christmas surprise for the children and staff of Coyote Hill.
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Giving Thanks

Giving Thanks

Thanking God for what He has done for us helps our focus shift away from what we don’t have to being thankful for what He’s blessed us with. This Thanksgiving, please know that we and our children our grateful for all the blessings your support helps provide.
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My Son’s First Deer

My Son’s First Deer

As most of you know, Coyote Hill is located on acres and acres of wooded, rural Missouri hillsides. This month it became a young wanna-be-hunter’s dream come true.
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Lives Changed: An Adoption Story

Lives Changed: An Adoption Story

Ray and Laurana Snyder served on staff with Coyote Hill a few years ago. In honor of November’s National Adoption Month, they agreed to share the story of their adoption journey with us. Ray explains: 
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Special Olympics Builds Confidence

Special Olympics Builds Confidence

Toby got involved with Special Olympics through school. He had a friend from some of his classes that told him about playing basketball through Special Olympics and suggested that he try it. Toby talked to his teacher, got signed up, and in November of 2018 he started playing basketball.    
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Coyote Hill Videos

Coyote Hill Videos


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Your Generosity Can Make a Difference in the Life of a Child.