Inspire Sponsorship Program
Creative Kids Art Club is all about inspiring kids to develop their own creativity. We would love this to be available to all kids who love art, regardless of their financial or family situation.
The Inspire program is a sponsorship platform that allows under-privileged and disadvantaged kids aged 5 to 14 yrs the opportunity to attend art classes and exhibit their work with Creative Kids Art Club. It also allows individuals and businesses the opportunity to give back to their local community.
This Inspire program was launched by Creative Kids Art Club in 2018. Sponsorship pays for one child to attend two or four terms of art classes. The child’s work will be included in our annual exhibition and the sponsor will receive a framed print of one of their artworks plus an invitation to the exhibition opening. Business sponsors will have their logo added to our regular newsletter, a link from our website and a ‘Thank You’ post with a link mentioning their sponsorship on Facebook. We have close to 2000 subscribers to our newsletter and around 2000 likes on Facebook.
Contact Creative Kids Art Club to join the Inspire Program and help make a dream come true for an under-privileged student with a passion for art. Sponsor two terms of art classes and exhibition fees for an underprivileged child for $750 or sponsor four terms of art classes and exhibition fees for $1200.
Just email or call Jane for further details or to apply.
Pay it Forward
We can all make a difference, simply by taking the time to show generosity and kindness to the people around us who need our help. When you enrol your child for a class you can choose to donate $20 or $50 to assist another disadvantaged child attend art classes with Creative Kids Art Club. 'Pay it Forward' contributions are added up till we have enough to sponsor a child through the Inspire Program.
We invite you to pay it forward to a creative child whose family is experiencing financial hardship. Arts education helps us all by providing opportunities for children in creativity and self expression. As John F. Kennedy declared, "Let us think of education as the means of developing our greatest abilities, because in each of us there is a private hope and dream which, fulfilled, can be translated into benefit for everyone."