Catalysts For Kids
Serving as a catalysts for education, for the betterment of our society's future, through the support of youth in pursuit of opportunities for growth in community and athletic programs.
At a time where our world is overwhelmed with fear and uncertainty, Catalysts For Kids would like to provide certainty, opportunities for growth and resources to help our most precious and valuable commodity - our children.
Our Mission is to serve as catalysts for education, for the betterment of our society's future, through the support of youth in pursuit of opportunities for growth in community and athletic programs. Programs' focus may include, but are not limited to, growth or mindset training, skill development, health, nutrition, well-being, or other areas that support athletes and students in creating the mindset, skills, and habits needed to achieve their ultimate goals.
We serve as catalysts for growth (physically and mentally) and development in youth by taking applications for assistance in funding for all youth sports and activities, including club programs, school teams, travel ball programs, colleges or universities, rodeo, 4-H, scouts, and any other program whose purpose is creating strong, skilled, independent, and resourceful young leaders, prepared in a resilient identity and mental toughness to meet any challenge.
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Now is the most important time to help our youth....
2020 was a challenging year and had a major negative impact on our youth. Their foundation for certainty, growth, in person learning, interaction with peers, activities and friendships were gone.
20 million children are living in a household where a parent has lost a job.
17 million children cut off from free school lunches, have inundated food banks, and are in danger of not enough to eat.
Emergency rooms have experienced a 24% increase in mental health related visits from children ages 5-11 and a 31% increase in older children.
Up to 62% of school-aged kids nationally are failing at least one class due to remote learning.