Haiti Hurricane Relief

We at CWB are very, very happy that our final program of 2016 was in support of Haiti Hurricane Matthew relief. It was led by performer and veteran to CWB USA and Haiti, Chris Yerlig. On Friday, December 16th, Chris … Continue reading

Dallas 2016

2016 is drawing to a close, but our volunteers finish out the year on another Clowns Without Borders USA project. A team of amazing artists were in Dallas, Texas, from November 6 to November 18, in partnership with Refugee Services … Continue reading

Kenya 2016

We are thrilled by the efforts of our incredible team of four artists who shared performances and workshops with the people living in the Kakuma Refugee Camp, the largest and oldest refugee camp in the world. This project is our second … Continue reading

Turkey July 2016

Project Turkey, July 2016: Refugees In Turkey   ***Special Update from Clowns Without Borders *** As a result of the Turkey coup attempt on July 15, 2016, the two United States based artists did not join the project in Turkey. … Continue reading

Ecuador 2016

Clowns Without Borders has confirmed an emergency project to Ecuador to support earthquake relief from May 23 to June 8, 2016. Over the past month, a tremendous aid effort has worked towards earthquake relief. We are honored to be part … Continue reading

India 2016

Clowns Without Borders USA is excited by another great mission in India this year. Our aim is to share playfulness and laughter with people in communities as well as with local performers and social workers in India. We are teaming … Continue reading

Nicaragua 2016

Clowns Without Borders USA sent a troupe to Nicaragua from April 4 to 15, 2016. We worked in partnership with local non-profit Fundacco – a grassroots organization that organizes to promote hope through community development and the organization of populations for a … Continue reading

St. PJ’s in San Antonio – 2016

Clowns Without Borders assembled a dynamite team of performers and teaching artists who returned to St. PJ’s Children’s home in San Antonio, Texas. From June 5-21, 2016, Marisol, Sayda, and Luther employed their clowning and circus skills to bring laughter … Continue reading

Haiti 2016

Traveling to Haïti on behalf of CWB are three physical comedians Alex ‘the Jester’ Feldman, Clay ‘Mazing’ Letson, and Chris ‘Hoopoe’ Yerlig. They will mix juggling, music, mime and improvised comedy in a venture that has been co-sponsored by the artist-envoy organization, Project Troubador. Continue reading

El Salvador 2016

Photo Credit: Lindsay Arden Cooper   Situation: El Salvador is a beautiful and majestic country with its own struggles and challenges. The people of El Salvador suffer from extreme violence. Unaccompanied minors leave El Salvador and journey to the United … Continue reading

Lesvos, Greece 2016

Clowns Without Borders-USA launches professional artist team to bring laughter to refugees and migrants fleeing to Europe. New York City, January 12, 2016 – Clowns Without Borders-USA (CWB-USA) announced today that in 2 weeks it will send a team of … Continue reading

All projects in 2016

Haiti Hurricane Relief

We at CWB are very, very happy that our final program of 2016 was in support of Haiti Hurricane Matthew relief. It was led by performer and veteran to CWB USA and Haiti, Chris Yerlig. On Friday, December 16th, Chris … Continue reading

Dallas 2016

2016 is drawing to a close, but our volunteers finish out the year on another Clowns Without Borders USA project. A team of amazing artists were in Dallas, Texas, from November 6 to November 18, in partnership with Refugee Services … Continue reading

Kenya 2016

We are thrilled by the efforts of our incredible team of four artists who shared performances and workshops with the people living in the Kakuma Refugee Camp, the largest and oldest refugee camp in the world. This project is our second … Continue reading

Turkey July 2016

Project Turkey, July 2016: Refugees In Turkey   ***Special Update from Clowns Without Borders *** As a result of the Turkey coup attempt on July 15, 2016, the two United States based artists did not join the project in Turkey. … Continue reading

St. PJ’s in San Antonio – 2016

Clowns Without Borders assembled a dynamite team of performers and teaching artists who returned to St. PJ’s Children’s home in San Antonio, Texas. From June 5-21, 2016, Marisol, Sayda, and Luther employed their clowning and circus skills to bring laughter … Continue reading

Ecuador 2016

Clowns Without Borders has confirmed an emergency project to Ecuador to support earthquake relief from May 23 to June 8, 2016. Over the past month, a tremendous aid effort has worked towards earthquake relief. We are honored to be part … Continue reading

India 2016

Clowns Without Borders USA is excited by another great mission in India this year. Our aim is to share playfulness and laughter with people in communities as well as with local performers and social workers in India. We are teaming … Continue reading

Nicaragua 2016

Clowns Without Borders USA sent a troupe to Nicaragua from April 4 to 15, 2016. We worked in partnership with local non-profit Fundacco – a grassroots organization that organizes to promote hope through community development and the organization of populations for a … Continue reading

Haiti 2016

Traveling to Haïti on behalf of CWB are three physical comedians Alex ‘the Jester’ Feldman, Clay ‘Mazing’ Letson, and Chris ‘Hoopoe’ Yerlig. They will mix juggling, music, mime and improvised comedy in a venture that has been co-sponsored by the artist-envoy organization, Project Troubador. Continue reading

El Salvador 2016

Photo Credit: Lindsay Arden Cooper   Situation: El Salvador is a beautiful and majestic country with its own struggles and challenges. The people of El Salvador suffer from extreme violence. Unaccompanied minors leave El Salvador and journey to the United … Continue reading

Lesvos, Greece 2016

Clowns Without Borders-USA launches professional artist team to bring laughter to refugees and migrants fleeing to Europe. New York City, January 12, 2016 – Clowns Without Borders-USA (CWB-USA) announced today that in 2 weeks it will send a team of … Continue reading