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Entertain. Educate. Empower.

Using magic to create a just world full of possibility in communities around the world

Since 2002, Magicians Without Borders has traveled to over 40 countries using magic to entertain, educate and empower. We have entertained over 1’000,000 of the most forgotten people in the world, find out more on our travels page.

We believe that learning, practicing and performing magic transform at-risk youth’s lives, by awakening dreams and the hope that the impossible is possible.

We created a unique long term education program that increases a child’s self-confidence, discipline, focus, and self-esteem and gives them a sense of personal power. This gives them the opportunity to raise themselves out of poverty and to enthusiastically create a hopeful future.

We’ve implemented our education program directly impacting hundreds at-risk youth in more than a dozen locations in 10 cities of 7 countries

U.S.A.
Costa Rica
Brazil
India
El Salvador
South Africa
Colombia

We have also established a Scholarship fund to empower these children to finish High School, 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

Magic At Home – New income model for our students (teachers, volunteers and friends) And how YOU can help

We are living in strange times, cities have slowed down, almost to a stand still. We have had to stop most of our activities, specially the classes in favour of trying to flatten the curve in this global effort to …
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Magic at home new model from MWB

Mágicos Sem Fronteiras – New Brazil Education Chapter is open!

This new chapter has been in the works for many months, and finally it’s open in Campinas near Sao Pablo. This is the result of the months of hard work, planing and execution lead by our new Head Local Magician: …
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Greetings from the U. S. Mexico border… Again

Greetings and love from Juarez (across the border from El Paso) where Janet and I are performing in the shelters for Migrants. We have done six shows these first three days for about 750 migrants from Guatemala, El Salvador and …
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