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Press Releases from Ripple Foundation (5 total)

Renowned authors join judging panel for annual Kids Write 4 Kids writing challen …

Ripple Foundation is thrilled to announce a number of renowned Canadian authors joining this year’s judging panel for the annual Kids Write 4 Kids (KW4K) writing challenge. Ann Choi, Aviaq Johnston, Alice Kuipers, Kit Pearson, Karen Rivers, and Robert Paul Weston, among others, will be this year’s ambassadors for fostering creative writing in young Canadian authors. “Every day, I sit down at my computer and make up characters

Local youth giving back to their community through creative writing

Kids Write 4 Kids Writing Challenge allows youth to become published authors before high school TORONTO, February 06, 2019 – Ripple Foundation’s Annual Kids Write 4 Kids (KW4K) writing challenge is the only one of its kind in the country that provides youth the opportunity to become published authors before high school, while giving back to their communities through the charity of their choice. Each year, young authors in grades 4 –


Today Ripple Foundation Canada has announced a call for entries for its sixth annual Kids Write 4 Kids Creative Challenge. The contest, organized by Ripple Foundation, is promoted to 240 schoolboards, 500 schools, and 192 public libraries across Canada. Youth authors in grades 4-8 can submit their creative stories until March 31st, 2018. All works will be reviewed by a judging panel which includes two finalists from last year’s contest.

Voices Of The Future: Ripple Foundation Announces Winners Of 2016-2017 Kids Writ …

Ripple Foundation is excited to announce the winning entries of the 2016-2017 Kids Write 4 Kids (KW4K) Creative Challenge. Our contest winners are Emily Little, age 12, of Port Elgin, Ontario, author of Summon The Magic, and Olivia Simms, age 14, of Ottawa, Ontario, author of How To Be An Abbott. Both books are now available for purchase from Amazon, Apple iBooks Store and Kobo. All proceeds benefit

Kids Write 4 Kids Pioneers the Inclusion of Youth on Judging Panels for Canadian …

Kids Write 4 Kids (KW4K), a Canada-wide creative challenge for students in grades 4-8, has recently unveiled its 2016 judging panel of twelve in preparation for the contest’s March 31st entry deadline. This year KW4K’s judging panel will include winners from last year’s challenge, Faith Emiry and Christopher Smolej, both aged 13, making KW4K the first writing contest in Canada to have youth judges. KW4K’s aim is to widen the

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