About Kids 24/7
Our mission is to empower and support kids to lead healthy lives with partnerships from eductors, family and community.
Our vision is the provide kids and their family with social, emotional, academic, mental and health skills.
Kids 24/7 provides solutions for kid’s positive development through educational, social, emotional and problem-solving skills. We assist children who have experienced divorce/parental separation with the High 5 Club and have expanded programming for all kids, birth – 5th grade with the KIDS Academy.
As an organization, we witness firsthand that kids are in crisis. At ages earlier than prior generations, kids experience loneliness, anxiety, academic stress and social pressure. When children become stuck in negative self-talk or can’t push through their fear of failure, Kids 24/7 stands in the gap with caring adults, helpful resources and fun fitness activities.
At the High 5 Club and KIDS Academy we create engaging environments to help kids develop a resilient mindset so they can face life’s challenges with confidence. We recognize parents are a child’s first teacher and therefore it is critical to include them in all we do. We offer parent groups and classes to build skills and relationships.
The tremendous need for mental health and creative prevention programs has led Kids 24/7 to develop a Community Collaboration Initiative. Kids 24/7 believes working together is better than working alone. We partner with individuals, schools, churches, businesses and non-profits to find innovative solutions to the problems kids and families are facing with the goal of building resilient, thriving communities.
Kid 24/7 is transparent with our programs and financially. We are here to truly help so if you have any questions or comments please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 1.844.kids247.
Meet the Team
David Schaack, MBA
David Schaack, has 25 years experience in fundraising, financial analysis, business development, and marketing for companies across the globe. He has generated over $12M of venture capital and non-profit funds for American Water Foundation, CCH/Tennyson Center, COMPA Food Bank, Healing Waters and ACMNP, among others. David also launched international and domestic companies, including the American Water, GlobalOne Group and Fujitsu Networking Systems. David holds a BS in Marketing and an MBA (Colorado State University) and was the recipient of a full scholarship to the University of Denver’s Emerging Leadership Program.
Following a devastating car accident in 2004 that resulted in brain injury, stroke and coma, and myriad broken bones and vertebrae, David created an innovative business solution aimed at single parents and kids of divorce. Soon after his recovery began in earnest, David became a father promptly followed by the end to his relationship with the mother of his son. In response to his own experience and the struggle that comes with being a single father, David developed Dads247 and Kids247 to address the issues single parents and kids of divorce undergo. These include services for dads such as counseling, childcare, career training, housing, financial advice, support groups, seminars, and legal resources. David partners with local specialists and services to provide the holistic support single parents need. David’s passion is to teach dads to embrace change, engage with their kids, and leave a legacy that is only possible when a community supports dads and their kids 24/7.
Kym Myers, M.S. Ed
Co-Founder, Executive Director
Kym Myers is a child development specialist and a passionate advocate for healthy kids and families. She has effectively changed the lives of thousands of kids and families through her visionary leadership of programs for kids and parents over the past 25 years as a pastor, educator and school administrator. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Business and an Master of Science in Early Childhood Education with additional training in child trauma and crises care.
Experiencing divorce when her kids were young, Kym learned firsthand the importance of finding support for her kids to process the pain and transition that family separation brings. Understanding the emotions and behaviors her kids were experiencing from a developmental perspective allowed her to build strong, lasting relationships, navigate the pitfalls often associated with divorce and create places in her professional work to mentor and support other moms and kids experiencing the trauma, loss and grief that divorce brings.
Kym was the director of an award winning, nationally accredited early childhood center. In addition to teaching parenting classes, leading workshops at child welfare and family conferences, Kym enjoys reading, hiking, theatre, volunteering, and traveling the back roads of the USA. She has a large blended family of 17 that keep her busy! She can be reached at 303-810-5273 or email@example.com.