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Since 2002, Magicians Without Borders has traveled to over thirty countries using magic to entertain, educate and empower. By UN estimates we have entertained over 500,000 of the most forgotten people in the world –mostly refugees and orphans living in desperate, difficult and often war torn parts of the world. Detailed accounts of this work can be found on our Our Travels page. We are also educating children in Santa Ana, El Salvador, Mumbai, India and Bogata, Colombia to become magicians. As they study magic, they develop self-confidence, self-esteem, discipline, focus and a sense of personal power. We have also established a Scholarship fund to empower these children to finish High School and go on to college, nursing school, and culinary school.


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Through the study of magic, dreams have been awakened in these children and we are helping them do the hard work to make these dreams come true.

 

MWB News & Updates

We are going to Performing The Workd in New York City!

Magicians without Borders got invited to do a presentation in the international conference Performing The World in New York city from October 10th to the 12th. Our presentation is called: “Magic as a language for social change: It is not the …
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A very special class with Joshua Jay

On August 16, the kids of the magic club of Bogotá, Colombia, had a one in a life time experience; a one hour magic lesson with one of the word’s best magicians right now: Joshua Jay.   This opportunity came about, …
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Colombian Kids do a presentation for the 3rd biggest Colombian Bank

On December 18, 2013 Colombia’s Apprentice Wizard program supported by Colombian NGO The Smiling League, was invited to perform on “Novenas with social meaning” in Banco de Bogotá’s main head quarters. This event was attended by approximately 100 people who …
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