BENEFITING: Trinity Concepts Inc.
In its seventh season, the three-time champion SoCal Coyotes non-profit sports leadership organization was named 'America's #1 Developmental Football Program' by the Football Educator, operated by former Denver Broncos GM and two-time Super Bowl winner Ted Sundquist.
As a faith-based pro football ministry, the Coyotes viciously 'Defend the Shield' of Faith, Family and Football, and rely on sustaining support from sponsors and private donors. More than 300 young men have matured in the Coyote program, with many advancing to camps in the National Football League, Canadian Football League and the Arena Football League. With priority on faith, fatherhood and family values, the Coyote organization has been recognized by the Desert Christian News for “building champions by building men.”
The Coyotes are respected for their strict Player Code of Conduct; Head of Household Work Leadership program (HOWL); and widespread community service. Their players are frequent speakers, teachers, coaches and volunteers in regional schools, businesses, churches and charities, including Boys & Girls Clubs; Rotary International; YMCA; Boy Scouts of America and Desert Strength Academy.
In the past year alone, Coyote players have administered their published leadership curriculum to more than 30,000 students, while offering motivational coaching clinics, and teaching intramural football.
Under head coach J David Miller, the Coyotes vaunted Run 'n' Shoot attack has led six different leagues in total offense. Miller is the 2015 APFL Coach of the Year; the 2014 Southern California Football Alliance Offensive Coach of the Year; and the 2012 AAA National Coach of the Year.
In six seasons at the Coyote helm, Miller's teams are 49-10, with five consecutive bowl appearances, three league titles, and a national champion runner-up. Miller's career won-loss record is 97-21. Coach Miller was a unanimous 2013 selection to the AAA Football Hall of Fame for his "ongoing 30-year contribution to the sport as an executive, author and coach."
Mission statement: http://thesocalcoyotes.com/socal-coyotes-mission/.
To make a donation by mail, please send check or money order payable to the SoCal Coyotes, and send to -
The SoCal Coyotes
1717 E. Vista Chino
Palm Springs, CA 92262