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History

You might know ArtBound from its yearly fundraiser, The pARTy ,celebrating art and creativity, frequently voted as one of the top 10 events of the year, and attended by thousands of young professionals, artists, media and VIPs in Toronto.

After four successful events, ArtBound took a hiatus and really thought about how we could broaden our impact year round and in more places across the country and the world. This is where Creative Deeds was born.

Creative Deeds is a crowd funding platform to raise funds for art-focused projects in Canada and all over the world. Creative Deeds are campaigns anyone can start to raise money for a selected charity program (currently 4 of them). Campaigners choose what they want to do, start a campaign and we help you raise awareness. 100% of the money raised through Creative Deed campaigns is directly transferred to the selected charity. 

Our charity partners are strongly vetted as being strong impactful leaders in the field, and Creative Deeds will go a long way to achieve their fundraising goals. 

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TERRE CASSÈE
FREE THE CHILDREN (HAITI)

Almost six year ago, Haitians around the capital city of Port-au-Prince were devastated by an earthquake that killed over 230,000 people and left hundred of thousands more injured or displaced. INAMUH (Institute de Musiqued’Haiti) is a new program in Terre Cassée, dedicated to teaching music to young students; instruments like the violin or drums so they can perform local songs in youth orchestras.

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CREATIVE SAFE SPACES
WAR CHILD
(AFGHANISTAN)

In order to help children in Afghanistan reclaim their childhood, War Child operates 45 child friendly spaces across the country providing children room to be children, restoring their creativity and providing them a place to play and learn out of harm’s way.

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RIGHT TO PLAY
(CANADA)

Right To Play in partnership with the Painted Turtle Arts Camp work with First Nations, Métis and Inuit communities in Ontario, Manitoba, Alberta and British Columbia. This program uses the transformative power of play to educate and empower children facing adversity.  Weekly play-based programs encourage physical activity and build skills for healthy living, developing healthy relationships, promoting education and increasing employability.

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ARTS PROGRAMS
WAVES OF HOPE
(NICARAGUA)

Waves of Hope in Nicaragua helps communities design their path out of poverty by ensuring building blocks for success are delivered: clean water solutions and local infrastructure improvement. Arts programs have no government funding despite the evident passion for arts among the youth.