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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 have implemented our education program in more than a dozen times in 9 cities of these 6 countries:

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

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

Our Students meet The Illusionists cast

Magicians without borders’ students meet The Illusionists cast
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Magicians without borders students meet The Illusionists cast

First public show in Medellin

Our students in Medellín, Colombia (a project started in May 2019 by Mohith and now being lead by local magician Ricardo Montoya) did their first theater show, for an audience of 200 + in a theater. The kids did an …
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First public performance of our students in El Salvador

Our local Head Magician: Mario Sierra lead his students to do their first public performance with the support of our local partner Centro Juvenil El Salvador-Corea. This presentation counted with the attendance of Abilio Flores the Mayor of Ahuachapán! This …
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