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Want to change a kid's live?

We are funded by sponsorships and donations and fueled by our volunteers’ passion for kids, arts and culture. Here are the ways you can help:

    1. Like Us
      Like us on Facebook @CreativeKidsSaskatchewan, and help us get the word out. It’s a huge help to us when you share events, grant application deadlines, and the happy cards we get from kids.
    2. Follow Us
      Prefer Twitter? We’re @CreativeKidsSK. Share our photos and events.
    3. Sign Up
      Subscribe to our mailing list, and you’ll receive the occasional email, our annual newsletter and our Progress Report.
    4. Raise Funds
      Get together with your friends, family, coworkers or customers, and have fun raising money. $750 will fund a Creative Kid for a whole year.
    5. Donate
      When you give, 100 per cent of every donation goes directly to kids. It sounds too good to be true, but 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.
    6. Become a Sponsor or Partner
      If you’re looking for a great cause and a creative partner who will find a unique way to involve and thank you, that’s us! We’d love to talk about the impact we can make together!
      Contact Gloria Walsh, Manager.

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    Creative Kids - Provincial Office
    404 – 2125 11th Avenue
    Regina, SK S4P 3X3
    Fax: (306) 780-9252
    Local: (306) 780-9361
    Toll free: 1-855-277-9469
    info@creativekidssask.ca

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    Creative Kids is a program of SaskCulture Inc., a community-based, non-profit cultural organization.

    We are Treaty People

    Creative Kids' work and support reaches lands covered by Treaties 2, 4, 5, 6, 8, and 10, the traditional lands of the Cree, Dakota, Dene, Lakota, Nakota and Saulteaux peoples, as well as homeland of the Métis.

    We aim to be accessible and safe for everyone

    Our office, including front door and washrooms, is wheelchair-accessible (building access at Cornwall Street entrance) during regular office hours. A proud supporter of safer and inclusive spaces initiatives, we are committed to a workplace free from hate, discrimination or harassment, where everyone is welcome.

    COPYRIGHT 2019 CREATIVE KIDS SASKATCHEWAN. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. SITE BY ADSPARK COMMUNICATIONS.