“For one year it is the first time that we see our children laugh. We get food and medication, which is very important, but no one thought about bringing us life!”
Syrian refugee in Karaame refugee camp.
Circus performers, clowns, theatre and street performers, actors and musicians from all corners of the island of Ireland offer their skills, humour and time on a voluntary basis to perform professional shows, teach skills and bring laughter to children and
For 10 years Clowns Without Borders Ireland has been working to bring emotional relief to displaced individuals internationally and across Ireland. See below for information on our past national and international Projects.
Donate Clowns Without Borders Ireland depends on the generosity of individuals like you to continue bringing emotional relief and laughter to children and their caregivers affected by crisis. 100% of every contribution goes directly to project costs in the field
Find out about our current and previous projects here.
It was an 18 month journey, but Clowns without Borders Ireland are proud to announce that we have compliance with the GOVERNANCE CODE! The governance code in Ireland is a code of practice for charitable and voluntary organisations in Ireland. It
As the new year begins, we at Clowns without Borders Ireland take a quick look back at some of our events of 2018, and towards our exciting projects of 2019! 2018 was a very busy year for CWB Ireland, both
CWB Ireland will be at the First Fortnight Mental Health Arts Festival in Dublin on the 13th January 2019. Following on from the Clown-Dalkin Project, CWB and their apprentice clowns will perform a showcase, followed by Turas Theatre performing
Read the reports written while on the tour! Day 1, Clowns on Tour: “You made a lot of people very happy today”.Our second 4am start in as many days in Metaxourgeio, (too many vowels for that hour of the morning)