The Sundance Store - Giving Back
Coyote Central

Their Mission: Coyote sparks creativity in young people, putting tools in their hands to build skills and forge their futures

Coyote Central is a Seattle non-profit that engages over 1,700 young people ages 10 to 15 every year with professional artists, furniture makers, chefs, photographers, dancers, metal artists, fashion designers, recording artists, filmmakers, jewelry designers, and much more in "pay-what-you-can" hands-on workshops. At an age when kids are trying to figure out what they want to do in the world, Coyote gives them a safe space to try new skills and explore new identities. They learn to embrace experimentation without fearing failure and to apply creativity to absolutely everything they do.

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Sundance was founded in 1969 by Robert Redford at the base of beautiful 12,000-foot Mount Timpanogos in Utah's Wasatch Mountains. The goal of the Sundance Village is to offer a community art and nature that would foster artistic pursuits and recreational activity while preserving naturally beautiful and unique environment of Sundance. The first edition of Sundance Catalog was mailed in 1989 to offer “the kinds of things that we have been privileged to collect, many of them handcrafted exclusively for Sundance.”