Ident-A-Kid Services of America, Inc. was founded in 1986 by Robert King after helping a neighbor, whose child had gone missing, and was found in a department store. As a result, Mr. King realized the importance of having a current photo ID and soon was providing child ID cards to friends and neighbors. In 2001, we developed our visitor management software as part of our National Safe Schools Initiative to help schools across the nation with their visitor traffic. Ident-A-Kid’s Visitor Management system is an-award-winning, state-of-the-art system that will track all visitor, volunteer, staff and student activity at your school and district. Our software is easy-to-use and will scan all visitors against the National Sexual Offender Registry as well as your custom banned/custody issue (NoGo) list, to secure your campus from visitors who do not need access to your students and faculty. Many schools have been able to significantly reduce administrative resources due to the time savings in accounting for tardy and early dismissal students as well as staff and volunteer hour tracking. This success has resulted in Ident-A-Kid’s Visitor Management system being used in over 7,000 school locations nationwide and winning the District Magazine Top 100 Product award for several years. Since 2001, we have constantly improved our visitor management software to meet the needs of schools.
ReFrame Association is reframing the state of substandard housing, making homes in disrepair a problem of the past and devoted to empowering and bringing collective voice to home repair organizations. It is 2025 and ReFrame is a thriving nationwide alliance of nonprofits devoted to eliminating substandard housing by repairing homes to safe and healthy standards for low-income people. Member organizations are well equipped to lead this effort, receiving training in affordable housing, leadership development, home repair, and best practices established by the Association. Members come from every corner of the United States and beyond, and are effectively communicating the need of home repair for low-income people. Through this growth, the ReFrame Association remains focused on empowering organizations large and small to serve one person at a time by engaging volunteers, staff, and licensed professionals to improve homes and life for low-income people.