Making sure inner-city kids have lots of options and no barriers to participate in cultural activities is a priority for Dao Duong. Since he started as a Dream Broker in 2021, he has witnessed the strong impact that cultural teachings can have on children and youth.
When Karlie King was asked to become a Champion for the Creative Kids program she quickly responded “yes”, as she had seen her own children benefit in many ways from artistic activities.
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If your children are hoping to take lessons in the fall, consider applying to Creative Kids’ August 11 application deadline. We fund a variety of children’s classes including drawing, painting, and pottery; music lessons, dance classes, drama classes, and cultural activities. Parents can apply for up to $750 per child per year towards the cost of these classes. Lower income families are given priority.
Join Creative Kids Mexico Mágico night on September 21, 2023 for a unique dining experience that brings a little Mexico to Regina while raising money for Creative Kids Regina.
Get ready for the TD Arts for Kids campaign! Starting May 15th all donations made to Creative Kids will be matched by our amazing partner, TD Bank Group.
Each issue provides updates on the Creative Kids Canada charity, feature stories of success, resources for cultural leaders, and outline ways you can get involved.
Just a reminder to apply by May 26th, for summer classes and early fall registrations, if your children want to take lessons this summer or in the fall. Online applications are now open.
It is always inspiring when businesses recognize the benefits of young people participating in arts and cultural activities of their choice. For the past three years, K + S Potash Canada (KSPC) has provided considerable support to Creative Kids helping to remove financial barriers and benefiting hundreds of children and youth across the province.
The first time Tristen Durocher heard the sound of a fiddle he became enthralled and set out to learn how to play.
“Over the last year, thanks to my involvement as a spokesperson, not only have I benefited by the mentoring and training I have received, but I have gained the realization that my experience and voice are important as I talk about what the support from Creative Kids gave me.”
Brandie Perkins, the owner of the Cathedral Arts School and Studio in Regina, believes in the power of the arts to change young people’s lives. She’s seen it first-hand.
We are asking service providers to provide current criminal record checks if theirs is more than 5 years old.
As a young pianist, Chen Ni Liang knows firsthand the importance of supporting a young person’s love of music.
Thanks to Creative Kids, sisters N’Tanis and Kori Wuttunee were both able to take salsa dance lessons together. They credit the skills and opportunities they gained from their dance experience as the reason why they have already achieved so much in life.
Every kid deserves a chance to find their creative spark! Today kicks off the Creativity for Kids 50/50. Buy a ticket now for your chance to win up to $100,000!