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Mission Statement

The Arizona Coyotes Foundation seeks to enhance the quality of life throughout Arizona communities by supporting non-profit organizations that promote healthcare, education and cultural arts programs for children and service men and women. We are dedicated to health and wellness programs that stimulate the growth of youth sports and financially supporting programs that encourage teamwork skills while building future leaders in our community.

Over the past 19 years, the Coyotes have proudly raised millions of dollars that have helped hundreds of children's charities in the Valley of the Sun.

Since 1996, the Coyotes have been an important part of the Valley's sports community. With a new ownership group, IceArizona, LLC, which is committed to hockey in Arizona; the Coyotes are excited to return the incredible support the organization has received over the years, by giving back to the community in significant and meaningful ways. When the Coyotes new ownership group took control of the franchise in August 2013, their mandate was to make hockey successful in Arizona and to ensure that the Coyotes would have a more significant, positive impact on the quality of life of those in our state. With the support of corporate partners, private donors and local residents, we are committed to creating positive change and impacting the lives of thousands.

Game Experiences


Community Corner

During each Coyotes home game, come visit the Arizona Coyotes Foundation Community Corner located near section 110 at Gate 2 of Gila River Arena. You'll be sure to find exclusive auction items, mystery pucks, select jersey auctions, yard sales and many more opportunities to help the Arizona Coyotes Foundation serve the state of Arizona.


Board Chair

Board of Directors

Mark Anderson Delta Dental
Ahron Cohen Arizona Coyotes
Matt Fehling Arizona Better Business Bureau
Scott Harkey OH Partners
David Highmark FineMark National Bank & Trust
Adam Lang Snell & Wilmer
Gregg Olson Arizona Coyotes
Nathan Schoenfeld KS State Bank
Gary Sommers