Creative Deeds transform communities around the world through the power of art.

Get involved in one of two ways:


1.  Support creative deeds and help fund arts projects worldwide.


Behind the Scenes at Breakfast Television

by TV Personality Tania Kim

Take your morning routine to the next level on the set of Breakfast Televison.
Watch how all the BT action unfolds and get a close-up view to the interviews
and guests all morning.

Supports: Music School in Haiti (via Free the Children)



Richard Brightling Original Work of Art

by Richard Brightling

Make Richard’s latest painting, ‘Seeing Red’ yours today. All the wood comes from scrap or discarded sources, thereby giving it a useful and creative third life. This special technique serves to provide the viewer with a unique textural surface which also works to present the underlying beauty of one of nature’s greatest creations…wood. 

Supporting:  Creative Safe Spaces in Afghanistan (via War Child)



Private Dance Lesson from Jillian Vanstone

by Principal Dancer Jillian Vanstone of The National Ballet of Canada

A native of Nanaimo, British Columbia, Jillian Vanstone trained at the Kirkwood Academy of the Performing Arts and Canada’s National Ballet School. She joined The National Ballet of Canada in 1999 and was promoted to Principal Dancer in 2011. Jillian is one of the founding members of ArtBound and volunteers her support and creativity.

Supporting: Unity Day Programs across Canada (via Unity)


DJ Justo Spins for You

by Toronto DJ Justo

Have one of the most versatile musical ears in the city provide the backdrop
for your next private or corporate party. DJ Justo will be on the decks taking you on a musical journey like no other.

Supporting: Unity Day Programs across Canada (via Unity)


Glamorous Empress of Summer Statement Necklace

by Designer Shay Lowe

Shay’s ambitious and striking designs have earned her many accolades including a coveted position as one of Toronto’s Most Creative Women. Bold, alluring, and statement-making, Shay Lowe Jewellery Design’s philosophy is, “Be Extraordinary”.

Supporting: Music School in Haiti (via Free the Children)


Limited Edition ‘Artbound In India’ Prints

by Nightlife Entreprenur Zark Fatah

Zark Fatah is a self-taught photographer who was inspired to learn photography by his exotic and unique travels. His photos have been published in several magazines and he shares and sells his photos to raise money for ArtBound.

Supporting: Music School in Haiti (via Free the Children)



High Energy Dancepl3y Workshop for Adults

by Master Trainer Brooke Yantzi

Join master trainer Brook Yantzi for this fun dance fundraiser for Artbound and youth in Nicaragua!

Where: Orany, Fort McMurray

Supporting: Arts Programs in Nicaragua (via Waves Of Hope).


Learn The Basics’ Floral Design Workshop

by Alex Cole of Patchouli Design

1. A Plant of the mint family that yields a fragrant essential oil 2. Free spirited floral love + Wild Mother Nature
PATCHOULI is a Toronto based floral design studio.

Supporting: Arts Programs in Nicaragua (via Waves Of Hope)


Make Money from your Creative Content

by Digital ROI Agency Triangles

Learn how to make social media count. Put together a measurable creative strategy, align ambassadors, optimize your activity and drive the growth of your profits online.

Supporting:  Creative Safe Spaces in Afghanistan (via War Child)


Exclusive Cooking Lesson for 6 with Chef Christine Tizzard

by Chef Christine Tizzard

Begin with the best ingredients, keep it organic, and make it from scratch. That is Christine Tizzard’s food philosophy. Today, when not appearing on HBO or on the cover of a magazine, Christine can be found working behind the scenes as a food stylist, or in her kitchen crafting homemade artisan goods.

Supporting: Unity Day Programs across Canada (via Unity)


Backstage VIP at Carmen

by Canadian Soprano Simone Osborne

Canadian soprano Simone Osborne has been hailed as “a joy to hear” (Los Angeles Times) with “a sweet and clear sound, sensitive phrasing and gleaming sustained high notes” (New York Times). Ms. Osborne was one of the youngest winners of the Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions and recently completed her tenure as a member of the Canadian Opera Company Studio Ensemble.

Supporting: Creative Safe Spaces in Afghanistan (via War Child)


2. Start a Creative Deed campaign.

Use your creativity and start your own Creative Deed. You can draw, sing, dance, play, teach, host, cook…create as you know how.

Then, with our help, spread the word and 100% of the funds you raise
will go directly to the charity project you choose to support.

Learn more about our Charity Projects.

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Where does your money go?

Creative Deeds is a way to transform communities through the power of the arts. When you fundraise or donate, 100% of public funds go to your chosen project. We track and report often to show you your impact.