Creative Kids is a charitable program that funds Saskatchewan children who want to take music and dance lessons, learn to paint or act, speak a family language, explore different cultures, find out about their heritage, study dinosaur bones or join a number of other creative pursuits in their community. We fund arts, heritage, multicultural and Aboriginal activities for families facing financial barriers. Up to $750 per child, per year is available for children aged 4 - 19.
Most families approved for funding have gross annual incomes of less than $40,000, although families with higher incomes have been supported depending on individual circumstances. Applications are assessed individually primarily on a family's financial need. Youth living independently may also apply.
For additional information check out http://www.creativekidssask.ca/
For information on How to apply follow the link.
Application deadlines for 2016:
For information on Registered Service Providers within Lakeland District please visit Lakeland District Creative Kids Service Providers
Lakeland District Creative Kids is always looking for local fundraising options, sponsorships or donations. The more your community helps out, the more children can participate in local creative or artistic activities.
Visit the 2015 annual report to see what impact Creative Kids is making
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