Creative Foundation Inc.
Creative Foundation Inc. (CFI) is a not-for-profit organization. The organization serves to advance education on arts, computer coding, human rights, technology, positive racial relations, and other educational topics relevant to the youth.
Our registered non-profit organization engages established professionals to empower the youth of different cultural backgrounds and social groups by promoting creative thinking, art appreciation, technological innovation, and multicultural harmony for academic success and healthier life choices.
Our Vision:To encourage children of different cultures to grow and learn together as a foundation to success.
Our Mission:Creative Foundation serves to advance education on arts, culture, computer coding, human rights, science, and other educational topics relevant to the youth.
Our Values:To boost equity and global peace. Humanity's best future lies in the hands of today's children.
A bright future is one that values technological innovation and art appreciation as equally important to a balanced education. To develop the creativity necessary for future advancement, we need to teach these two disciplines to today's children. The two disciplines are not just to coexist but collaborate.Input your text here! The text element is intended for longform copy that could potentially include multiple paragraphs.
Our social impact
Tanmay Bakshi was presented with the Creative Foundation Life Mentor Award by a special guest of Honour, the Lieutenant Governor of Manitoba, Hon. Janice Clare Filmon CM OM on September 18, 2019. Congratulations to Tanmay Bakshi.
On February 24, 2021, the Creative Foundation founder, Yisa Akinbolaji received an official letter from Hon. Lt. Gov. Janice C. Filmon, C.M OM recognized the award presented to him.
Tanmay Bakshi was invited as a special guest to the 20th Anniversary of the Creative Foundation, Winnipeg. Tanmay is a 15-year-old Canadian author, AI and ML systems architect, TED & keynote speaker, Google developer, and expert in machine learning.
Showing this Friday, October 18, is a full video of Tanmay Bakshi's entertaining keynote as presented at the Creative Foundation anniversary on September 18.
The best gift we can give today is to invest in the future that prepares the youth to survive challenges, succeed, and be kind to the less privileged.
Anna Blackmore is currently in her fifth year of studies at the University of Manitoba for a major in Jazz Saxophone Performance and a minor in English. Anna hopes to one day lead a jazz quintet and tour around the world.
Bola Oriyomi is a very famous and award-winning African storyteller based in Winnipeg, Canada. Bola Oriyomi has been telling stories in Winnipeg since 1987. She has also authored books on African Folktales.
Hon. Markus Chambers encourages goal-setting and inclusion at Creative Foundation Gala.
Creative Foundation attracts the support of dignitaries and society prominent people.
Creative Foundation Incorporation is promoting harmony and the benefits of cultural diversity through the universal language art.
News and Updates
June 15, 2022
Art, Poetry, and Music Competitions
September 18, 2019
The Creative Foundation 20th Anniversary co-sponsored computer coding workshops conducted by Tanmay Bakshi
September 18, 2019
Creative Foundation honours Tanmay Bakshi, Dr. Tito Daodu, Sculptor Leo Mol at the 20th-anniversary celebration Winnipeg, Canada
April 7, 2018