a lady holds a Fuel Good Sign beside two others.

Co-op Fuel Good Day raises awareness and funds

For the third year in a row, several Co-ops in Saskatchewan, recognized how important it is for kids to participate in cultural activities by raising funds for Creative Kids through their annual Co-op Fuel Good Day. This year on September 19, the Co-ops in North Battleford, Norquay and Saskatoon raised close to $18,000 for Creative Kids, as well as raising awareness of the charity.

man playing a guitar on stage

Performer finds a deep connection to music

The first time JJ Voss played the guitar, not only did he find his vocation, but he found a tool to express himself. Now four decades later, he is an award-winning country singer, songwriter and performer.

New service provider connects kids to the art of sewing

Bernadine Sapp’s background in the mental health sector helps her appreciate how much her students gain from her sewing lessons. Throughout weeks-long courses, she has seen kids start expressing themselves more with their clothes and being more creative —discovering their Indigenous cultural identity.

Former Creative Kid is championing the program that changed his life

For Creative Kids Champion Cole Knutson, giving back to the organization that gave him the ability to explore different musical instruments matters to him. He wants all Saskatchewan kids, who face financial barriers, to have the opportunity to pursue their artistic curiosities and gain the benefits through their journeys.

Music lessons helps kids unlock unseen potential

When Adriana Sanchez was eight years old, her family unexpectedly received a piano as a gif t from a generous neighbor. Seeing this beautiful instrument motivated her to learn how to play. After six years of receiving music lessons, thanks to Creative Kids support, the piano top is now full of Adriana’s trophies and medals from music competitions.

Sisters on a path to success thanks to Creative Kids

Elizabeth and Emily Kelln gained many opportunities of growth thanks to the support they received from Creative Kids for voice and choir participation. Both sisters developed many beneficial skills that set them up for success as adults, as well as, helping them find a deep joy and appreciation of music.