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COYOTES GIVE BACK
Submitted By Webmaster on Tuesday, November 26, 2019
Every year the Coyotes give back to the community that provides them so much support throughout the hockey season This year, the ATOM Coyotes have chosen to give back to 360 kids.  

They are a local non profit organization in Richmond Hill that offers programs and services for at risk and homeless youth. The team supported the Connections Emergency Housing Program at 360 kids. This program provides youth with basic needs, wraparound services and assistance  while finding them safe, affordable and stable housing solutions. A representative from 360 kids came to speak to the team about this program. The players filled boxes with items that they thought would help make the holiday season easier and bring joy to the youth at 360 kids. They all added a positive personal note to each box and an ultimate dining gift card so that youth can go out for a holiday meal together  and spread some holiday cheer.
 
Our hope is that other Coyotes teams will join us in our quest for kindness and give back to our community this holiday season. "Kindness is doing ordinary things with extraordinary love" 
 
Thanks,
The ATOM Coyotes
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