Get Involved

Want to change a kid's life?

Join the Creative Kids community, there are many ways to help kids with financial barriers access the life-changing benefits of art and cultural activities. Here are the ways you can help kids shine, grow and belong:



Like us on Facebook. Follow us on Twitter and on Instagram. Subscribe to our YouTube channel. Help us share the benefits of arts and cultural activity, grant application deadlines, and events. Use the hashtag #JoinTheCKidsMovement.


Donate, sponsor or raise funds

When you give, 100 per cent of every donation goes directly to kids. Our administrative costs are paid by SaskCulture, our parent non-profit organization, so we have zero overhead. All donations over $20 receive a charitable donation tax receipt. Other options exist for contributions and sponsorship.


Tell us your impact story

Provide a written or video testimonial or be interviewed for a story. We are looking for families, service providers and professional artist to talk about the life-changing impact of creative activities. Contact Jackie Ledingham, Communications Coordinator.


Become a registered service provider

You are a service provider if you are an artist, instructor or a leader of an organization that offers arts, cultural and creative activities for children and/or youth. Creative Kids pays for lessons, but it’s the service providers who really make things happen for the kids! Learn more.


Learn about our impact

Subscribe to our mailing list, and you’ll receive the occasional email, our tri-annual newsletter and our Progress Report.

Donate Now

Hear What Others Have to Say

View on youtube

Learn how creative activities benefit children

From building confidence to contributing to academic acheivement, arts and cultural activities set kids up for success!
Read More

I wouldn't be the person I am today if it hadn't been for the support of Creative Kids. Today, I am happy, successful and so proud of where dancing has taken me. I have received awards and achievements, completed goals, travelled all over the world, met incredible people and graduated college.


Read some success stories

New Champion says artistic activities build resilience
View Full Story