– Kellie Loder, a graduate of College of the North Atlantic’s (CNA) Music: Performance, Business & Technology program, will take the Leap of Faith
at Skydive Edmonton on Friday, June 15 to support Adeara, an addictions recovery centre for women in Edmonton, Alberta.
Loder is known on the music scene as a singer, musician, and songwriter, who uses her craft as an inspiration for many. Currently she is transitioning from a Juno-nominated contemporary Christian artist to embodying a contemporary folk/pop singer/songwriter’s aesthetic.
“My songs are a life experience,” she said. “So when I write them, I am narrating a story, which is similar to many, and sharing that every step we take leads to success in our own ways.”
The Badger native was chosen at random by Adeara as their featured artist, she said, and was thrilled with the idea of sharing her love for music, as well as jumping out of a plane to help raise money for this worthy cause.
“Leap of Faith
is an excellent way for me to share my songs and connect with the women at Adeara and motivate them.”
With the Leap of Faith
and the many programs, the centre supports women with addictions and helps them to sobriety, recovery, and transitioning back into their day-to-day lives. For 40 years, the centre has worked fearlessly to provide hope, healing and restoration to more than 600 women struggling with addiction, poverty, trauma and abuse.
The many women that help support Adeara’s Leap of Faith
initiative contribute to changing lives through hope, healing and transformation.
For more information about CNA’s Music: Performance, Business & Technology program, visit: www.cna.nl.ca
Kellie Loder Facebook video link: https://www.facebook.com/kellielodermusic/videos/1980473382025225/
Public Relations Specialist
College of the North Atlantic