Creativity and empathy are key attributes of successful learners and leaders. At the same time, fostering creativity and nurturing empathy are preconditions for sustainable prosperity and perpetual peace. You can make a difference and change the world!
Gift this amazing creative education quarterly to a child or your neighborhood library.
Host an exhibition to introduce the imagination of the world's children to your community or corporation.
Introduce 8-to-12-year-old children to this prestigious art & sport program, which is free-of-6th Arts Olympiad.
Plan to participate in the "Olympics" of children's imagination and help shape the 2019.
Support victims of natural disasters in their psychological recovery.
Sponsor a program in a conflict zone to provide children a new perspective on opportunities.
Arrange a children's panel at your next big conference. You can give voice to children and impress your conference attendees.
Contact the ICAF for its expertise on children and for events and products designed for them.
Nominate your favorite business leader or philanthropist for this unique Award from the world's children.
"Creativity is not just an epiphany, a moment of "ah-ha" or "eureka." It is a continuous process, beginning even before the conscious birth of an idea. Besides generating the new idea, we must shepherd it from a mental construct into a tangible entity, something that exists in reality. For some this is enough. But if we feel a drive to produce something useful to others, we might engineer the idea into an innovation, be it a product or a service. And if we are particularly committed, creativity continues as we entrepreneurially deliver our innovation to those in need at a price they can afford. All these are steps that constitute our creative process. Such processes collectively become a revolution when a critical mass embraces an extended commitment to creativity, feeding off the flow of innovation, building cultural momentum as each becomes inspired to create at a rate and with a novelty that could otherwise not be done alone." - Ashfaq Ishaq (2013). The Creativity Revolution