Causes

The Coyotes are proud to support non-profit and charitable causes by appearing at fundraisers and by performing musical shows at hospitals, senior's homes, long-term care and convalescent homes, and other facilities.

In the past, we've helped with fund raising for cancer research, Parkinson's disease, and Crohn's & Colitis research (via M & M fundraisers). We've also donated free performances to CAMH, the Aurora Food bank, Southlake Regional Hospital, Toronto General Hospital, The Voices of Joy, and Participation house.

If you have a fundraiser or charity event at which you'd like the Coyotes to appear, why not request it?  Contact us here.

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In concert with the Voices of Joy choir under the direction of David Holborn on June 4, 2010. Poster courtesy of Valerie Prussak, Genesis Communications. See pictures here. See thank you letter here

We played with Voices of Joy again on Friday, June 6 of 2015 in honour of the farewell sendoff for David Holborn.

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Performed as part of Toronto General Hospital's Music for the Heart and Soul program, sponsored by the TGH Volunteer Resources. Thursday February 24, 2011. More details here.

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Spectrum Annual Nathan Shiff Holiday Party December 10, 2009 (Sponsored by the Community Support Research Unit of CAMH). Read about it here

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M&M Meats (store #59) fundraiser for the Crohns and Colitis Foundation of Canada by M&M Meats, Aurora: 15005 Yonge Street. 11:30 am - 2:00 pm, Sat-May-9-2009. M&M Fundraiser picture (courtesy of David Falconer Photography). We returned to perform again for this event on Saturday May 8, 2010.

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Thurs Sept 17th, 2009 Belinda Stronach's Neighbourhood Network Community Funding Program . For details of the event see The Auroran   | Picture here   (Photography by David Falconer). Belinda Stronach thank you letter.

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Southlake Regional Hospital (CMR ward): Thurs Jan 22, 2009 and Thurs April 2, 2009.

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Toronto General Hospital: Thurs-Dec-20-2007 and again Fri-Dec-12-2008 for a little Christmas music!

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Parkinson's disease fundraiser (King City): Sat-Sept-8-2007 (read the Woodley Media Release; this event completed a very successful campaign that raised $90,000 for The Parkinson Society of Canada). And again on Sat-Sept-6-2008

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Participation House (Markham Stouffville Hospital): Sat-June-9-2007 and again Tues-Dec-23-2008. Participation House, Markham is designed to provide adults with disabilities, the opportunity to live their life with dignity, a sense of independence, and a place to call home.

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Chartwell Aurora Long Term Care Residence formerly "Resthaven": Sat-June-9-2007. This long-term care facility serves the Aurora - Newmarket - Oak Ridges area. Aurora Resthaven was also home for Coyote Peter's mom from 2003-2008.

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