Phoenix Coyotes charities. Making the holidays a little merrier.

When it comes to charity, the Phoenix Coyotes give more than just money. They give their time and efforts from the players to the front office. Fans also do their part by purchasing 50/50 raffle tickets at events at arena. Of course half the proceeds go to the winner who gets their lucky number drawn. The other half is split between the charity of the night as well as the Phoenix Coyotes charities fund.

Just in the month of December there were countless charitable acts performed. The latest was a hockey clinic at Sunshine Acres Children’s Home in Mesa where they teamed with Arizona Holiday Decorators to decorate that fine establishment for the holidays. Click this link:

Coyotes Charities recently teamed with Starlight Children’s Foundation – Arizona and Grand Canyon Railway to coordinate a train ride to see Santa for families in need of holiday cheer. Click this link:
The same day they were at Kyrene de las Lomas PTO reading to children.This was just December 21-22 and doesn’t even scratch the surface.
These are just the last two instances of how great it is to have a team who cares about more than just scoring goals. Their activities can be followed on Facebook at
There you can see Tyson Nash along with Howler and many others donating their time. Collecting money for Salvation Army and many, many other great causes.
Coyotes Charities and The Phoenix Coyotes spent time with students along with Junior Achievement of Arizona  being part of such a great event.
Cheerleaders & Howler spent time with an amazing teacher from Don Mensendick school.
So next time you are at a game buy a $5, $10, or even $20 ticket for your chance to win. Trust me everyone wins when it’s all for charity. There has to be at least a few dozen acts of charity in the month of December alone when they don’t even have a league at the moment.

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