about us

Cloud 9 Charities is an organization of local leaders and business owners with a passion for giving back to our community and working to make it a better place for us all. One hundred percent of the net proceeds from our community events funds Bedtime Rescue.

Kim Cloud has always had a heart to help those less fortunate. For years she has worked in various charities, giving her time and money until several of her friends and family suggested she start an organization that could raise monies to donate to the various local charities.

What a brilliant idea she thought. So, in 2004, Kim established Cloud 9 Charities with a handful of faithful friends and colleagues. Over time, the organization has grown to hundreds of part-time volunteers; they have hosted 25 events, and raised over 2.6 million dollars.

In 2012, Kim was motivated when watching a 60 Minutes TV program, which described the growing number of homeless, school-aged children in our nation. Kim discovered that we have hundreds of homeless children registered in the Lewisville ISD alone and decided to birth Bedtime Rescue, an operation which houses moms and kids in crisis. This effort alone has housed families for over 17,500 nights. With our community growing, so is the need from so many helpless moms and children. It is Cloud 9 Charities' greatest mission to provide as many safe nights as needed for these families.

Mission Statement

To provide temporary housing to families in our community who are in crisis and need safe shelter.

Our Board

Kim Cloud


Kim Cloud has been the owner Cloud 9 Salon and Spa since its inception 25 years ago. Kim has always had a heart to help those less fortunate. In 2004, Kim established Cloud 9 Charities with a handful of faithful friends and colleagues. Over time, the organization has grown to hundreds of part-time volunteers; they have hosted 25 events, and raised over 2.6 million dollars.
Stacey Mahou


Stacey Miller currently serves as President of Cloud 9 Charities and has been involved for many years, volunteering at pretty much every Cloud 9 Charities event! She is a familiar face at BISTECCA – An Italian Steakhouse and The Grotto Bar and Salerno Italian Restaurant in Highland Village, which she oversees. Stacey has enjoyed being involved in restaurant operations (for what seems like FOREVER) and loves her guests and her staff! Stacey is the proud Nonna of Donald and Macey Rae!!!
Allison Fifer


Allison Fifer is the Owner and Lead Stylist of POSH Home Staging & Redesign. She is an alumni of Texas Tech University and currently serves as the Vendor Relations Coordinator for our annual fundraiser “Best Little Brewfest in Texas”. Allison has a heart for those whose lives have been affected by domestic violence and found she could make a bigger impact for change as part of the Board. She and her husband Scott have two daughters and have been an active part of this community since 2006. “It is an honor to serve with like-minded business professionals and make a difference in my own community!”


Courtney McManis is the owner of The McManis Agency, Farmers Insurance in Lantana, TX. She graduated from Texas Tech University with a degree in Personal Financial Planning and has been in insurance for 15 years. Courtney and her husband Steve have been married for 5 years and have a 2 year old daughter Scarlett. She is incredibly honored to be a part of Cloud 9 Charities, helping out some amazing organizations in Denton county!
Lynn Moon


Jonathan David is the Chief Lending Officer at PointBank, a family-operated community bank with 9 branches throughout Denton County. He works and lives in the Flower Mound/Highland Village area, where he is deeply rooted and takes an active part in the community.

Having been with a community bank for over 14 years, Jonathan has built meaningful relationships and a network of people with a passion to serve others. He is very grateful for the opportunity to serve alongside all the amazing members of Cloud 9 Charities and looks forward to positively impacting lives in our community.

Jonathan David


Karen Westphal moved to Highland Village from Michigan in 1978 and has always been an active member of the community. She retired in 2016 from Christian Community Action after working there for 10 years.

She is currently serving on two other boards. She is the treasurer of the Greater Lewisville Arts Alliance and the secretary of LakeCities Ballet Theatre. Her favorite title came in 2017 when her only grandchild was born. Karen is thrilled to be on the board of such a worthwhile organization.



Cody was born and raised in TX and is the owner of Robison Interview Consultants. He lives in Argyle, is a member of Stanfield Masonic Lodge #217, and member of Valley Creek Church. He has one daughter who plays college soccer and a very energetic boxer, Bubs. Cody believes if you become great, you’ll do great, and is excited to be part of the board to help those in need and serve the community.
Lynn Moon


Tamara Jennings is the owner of Clutter Commander, a professional organizing company that has served the DFW area since the fall of 2013. Her passion is connecting people, learning about people and meeting new people. She has people passion!

Tamara has spent most of her adult life volunteering. She coached pee-wee cheer for her daughters, served on the board at various schools and ministry events, and enjoyed Cloud 9 Charities events as a patron and a volunteer. She has two grown daughters and sons-in-law who live in different parts of the area. She lives in Northlake with her husband, Bryan, three teenage sons and a teenage daughter. And let’s not forget that she is a proud BIBI to her grandson who she affectionately calls “Honey.”



Shelby has been a part of the Cloud 9 Salon and Spa team since moving to Texas in 2018. She helps manage the salon and is also a stylist herself. Since meeting Kim, she has volunteered at Cloud 9 Charities events over the years and has seen the amazing impact this organization has in our community.

She chose to join the board because she loves the mission behind Bedtime Rescue and the aid that it provides to families in need and wanted to be apart of something bigger than just volunteering at the events.

Jonathan David


Sam Fannin is the branch manager/ senior loan originator for Premier Nationwide Lending in Flower Mound, TX. Sam graduated from the University of Arkansas with a degree in marketing & sales. Sam grew up in the Highland Village/Flower Mound area and is well rooted in this community.

He has been in the mortgage and real estate industry for over 12 years and loves to give back to the local heroes in his community. Sam and his wife Grace live in Lantana, TX and have a 29 month old little girl and an 18 month old little boy. Sam is blessed to be a part of Cloud 9 Charities and being able to give back to the Denton County community.

Lynn Moon


In her 28-year career, Evelin has accumulated extensive experience in Sponsorship, Marketing and Communications, and Project Management. Her strategic approach and flawless project execution have earned her a solid reputation in her field.
Evelin's extensive experience, including representation of prestigious brands such as Jumeirah Hotels & Resorts, Dubai Tourism Authority, and Dubai World Trade Centre, has allowed her to establish an international network and excel across various sectors, including Shows, Concerts, Theatricals, Sports Events, Conferences, and Exhibitions.



Jeremy Rogers is the owner of Rogers Property Management in Lantana, TX. He is also a Real Estate Agent with RJ Williams and Co RE LLC where he serves clients primarily in the Lantana, Flower Mound, Highland Village,and Denton area.  He graduated from Tarleton State University in Stephenville, TX with a  Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice.

Although he was born in Oklahoma, Jeremy was raised in North Texas. After college, he began a 20 year career in law enforcement out of state. He has recently retired, returning home to Texas with his wife Amanda and their two young children, Jacob and Emma.

Jeremy stays active in his community, volunteering as a WatchDog at his children's elementary school and coaching his son's youth football team. He continues to have a passion for public service and knew that being involved with Cloud 9 Charities was a perfect way to continue his public service.



Cameron Englishbee is a business school graduate from Texas Tech University and has proudly called Flower Mound, Texas his home for several years. Cameron is the Director of Business Development at Global Imaging USA, a small business located in Argyle, Texas that specializes in providing affordable imaging equipment to dental professionals nationwide.

He loves his wife, family, and Labrador Retriever. His passion for sports, fitness, and mental challenges is grounded in the belief that hard work and a positive attitude pave the way for a prosperous and rewarding life.



Barbara a native Texan from Midland has been a resident of Highland Village for forty years plus. She is a retired Texas REALTOR. During professional career served twice. as President of GLAR and two terms as Regional Vice President on Texas Asso. of REALTORS. Served as Chairman of Board of Lewisville Chamber of Commerce. Recently served 3 terms on Highland Village City Council - selected by peers as Deputy Mayor Pro Tem.

Numerous volunteer activities:

Chair of the Christmas Glow at Shops of HV
Chair of Children Advocacy Center
Annual Gala at Speedway
And many others

My husband Jim, a retired Deputy Chief of Mesquite Fire Department,
and I enjoy hunting and fishing.


Bryan Hogge

Bryan Hogge is an entrepreneur in multiple states in the real estate business. He runs a real estate team “Lucky Homes Group” currently at Compass RE in Highland Village. Bryan has been in the Real estate industry for 20 years. He lives in Flower Mound. Bryan has 5 kids ranging 11 -28 yrs old. Recently just became a grandfather. Happily married for 17 years to his wife LeeAnn. His passions include traveling, boating, and spending time with family.

Fueled by a deep-rooted passion to make a difference, Bryan has been involved in several charities including his own poker tournament dedicated to reducing the Veteran Suicide rate. Having witnessed firsthand the transformative effects of charitable initiatives, I find purpose in contributing and serving within an organization that truly makes a difference. For these reasons, Cloud 9 was the obvious choice. I am excited to weave my narrative into the Cloud 9 mission, and I’m honored to be able to serve and collaborate with such amazing people.


In the Community

One of the most enjoyable aspects of serving on the Cloud 9 Charities board is meeting with local community non-profits, hearing about the good work they are doing in our community, and learning how our financial participation can improve their services. Several times a year we are able donate a substantial amount of money to specific local charities because Cloud 9 Charities is operated completely by unpaid board members and volunteers, allowing 100% of net proceeds from all fundraising events to fund to these charitable organizations.

Ready to Help?

Come be a part of the solution. We invite you to visit one of our board meetings, sign up to volunteer, or donate funds on our donate page. There's nothing as satisfying as providing a safe night's sleep to a homeless family. It will touch your heart and change you forever.

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Ready to Help?

Come be a part of the solution. We invite you to visit one of our board meetings, sign up to volunteer, or donate funds on our donate page. There's nothing as satisfying as feeding a hungry child or providing a safe night's sleep for a mom and her children. It will touch your heart and change you forever.

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