At Kihada Kreative, we place great value on community.

So we do everything we can to support and nurture the ventures that help it thrive. By helping local and national non-profit organizations communicate and fulfil their goals, we hope to better enrich the neighbourhood we all share. Let’s find more ways to serve a greater purpose, Kreatively thinking for our community.


Non-profit organizations we have been privileged to work with:

Vancouver International Children’s Festival

The world-renowned Vancouver International Children’s Festival has been educating, entertaining and inspiring young audiences since 1978.  For one magical week every May, young audiences participate and delight in performances and creative arts designed to enchant, challenge, and educate young minds.  The Festival Society is whole-heartedly dedicated to providing the finest quality performing arts programs to young people in an environment that encourages critical thinking and a lifelong interest in learning, ideas and cultural exploration.

Kelowna Skating Club

Established in 1950, the Kelowna Skating Club is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing skaters of all ages and skill levels with a wide variety of skating programs.  Consistently the largest skating club in BC and host of the Okanagan Skating Academy, KSC is well-reputed as a top-notch training hub, regularly producing provincial medalists and national competitors.  The staff take great pride in helping skaters reach their full potential through carefully planned, thorough instruction.

Latin American Film Festival

Vancouver Latin American Film Festival (VLAFF) is a non-profit cultural promoter that strives to entertain audiences, provide insight into Latin American social issues, and celebrate the rich traditions of these diverse countries. This annual, non-competitive festival promotes dialogue between cultures and explores historical and social issues through the eyes of filmmakers.

Since 2003, VLAFF has continued to provide audiences with the unique opportunity of experiencing Latin American cinema in Vancouver.

Dreams Take Flight

Dreams Take Flight is a national volunteer charitable organization dedicated to providing the trip of a lifetime to physically, mentally or socially challenged children. With the aid of Air Canada, other national and local organizations and businesses, money is raised to make the dreams a reality in Vancouver, Edmonton, Calgary, Winnipeg, Toronto, Montreal, Ottawa and Halifax.