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THANKS TO YOU! September 30, 2020 Dear Friends, First, THANK YOU for your continued support of what we do in Caring Clowns International. As a result of your generous support (through our “Non-Auction” Fund Raiser Letter, our recent GoFundMe project, our website donations, and matching grants) this year we have been able to award … Continue reading Thanks to You!
The role of clowns helping in hospital settings has been documented in medical publications. Adding to that, Jacob Bray a fellow from the Department of Anesthesiology at The Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh, just authored an article about the work of Caring Clowns International and the cranio facial surgical team of Komedyplast during their medical missions … Continue reading Dr. Bray’s Article – The Role of Clowns
From our Caring Clowns International Dinner-Auction last April, Emily had a gift certificate for a profession portrait with a clown. This silent auction item was generously donated by Johnny Walker, owner and photographer of Almost Candid studios in Kingston, Washington. Last Sunday, Emily and her six-year-old son Robby joined with Scooter for this fabulous portrait! … Continue reading A Portrait – Clown and Friends
Thanks to the World Clown Association (WCA) for their excellent feature story about Caring Clowns International which appears in the July issue of the organization’s 52-page magazine “Clowning Around.” See the attached link. The story on Caring Clowns International begins on/about Page 14. It’s a large PDF file in the middle of the page and … Continue reading World Clown Association’s Feature Story on Caring Clowns International
Caring Clowns International members LaLa and Scooter took part for the second year in the Relay for Life Survivors/ Caregivers Walk in Gig Harbor, Washington sponsored by The American Cancer Society. This year’s walk was held uptown in a loop through the outdoor shopping mall area lined with purple balloons and luminaries to honor every … Continue reading Caring Clowns International Support Relay for Life