The Youth World Cup Live Painting Competition is a global charity event that hosted by Canada Youth Arts Development Foundation and supported by UNICEF. This global charity event aims to raise awareness for underprivileged children, provide a platform to help and give them a better future, and to promote the cultural and artistic exchange among youth and children globally.
This global charity event is organized to raise fund for UNICEF’s project: “One School in One Box”. One school-box can provide education for forty students, a size similar to a small community school. All proceeds goes to UNICEF under UN to help underprivileged children beyond our broader to gain wellness, education and more.
We believe children are our future. Every child has the right to grow and thrive, however, not all of them has the circumstances or socioeconomic background to exercise their rights. These children need more than supports from governments, and charity groups, but attention and support from every one of us.
With all the join forces and influential supports, the Youth World Cup Live Painting Competition in 2012, 2013, 2015 and 2016 were a great success. We had more than 100,000 participants from over 50 different countries and regions participating in our previous competitions. Since 2012, our event has raised more than 80,000 CAD to help the children in need, and has provided approximately 12,000 children the access to education. We do not have ready formula, but we strongly believe that every act will make a different. Kindly initiated by Canada Youth Arts Development Foundation, warmly endorsed by UNICEF, the Youth World Cup Live Painting Competition & One Dollar for One Poor Child Charity Event aim to create changes to build a better future.