Category Archives: El Salvador

Help our kids get to New York!

Help us get to New York! The kids form our program in Colombia; led by the Smiling League ONG in alliance with Bella Flor and Magicians Without Borders, have been invited to the international conference Performing The World 2016 in New York City. With your support we will travel with 6 children and we are making all the arrengements for the kids to perform in the a theater called The Pit (All of this with the help of an exceptional magician friend, more on this soon). Help us fulfill the dream of knowing and living the experience of a new …
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Our recent trip to El Salvador

This trip was AMAZING, to say the least! In just 5 days we did a bunch of stuff: 6 presentations at public schools. 1 public presentation at a shopping mall with the students of the program! We held 3 magic classes. Visited another social project: VasilARTE. Introduced our new member Diego Vargas who will lead a new magic club Costa Rica! Got our story printed in one of the major news papers of El Salvador. Got to meet some of El Salvador’s top magicians! This trip was a, as Tom Verner put it: … historic trip for MWB and for …
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Our little magicians in company of the top Salvadorean magicians

Happy 2016

A great year! Looking back at all we did in 2015, we are full of gratitud. Many thanks to all of our sponsors, donors, magicians, friends and every-other person we shared something in this wonderful year. Here we want to give you a little summary of what we lived in the past year. El Salvador Project As a very short summary, in our El Salvador Project, we want to highlight the work of Maricela and Peter, two magicians that after going through our program, graduated from culinary school and now are training a second generation of magicians in El Salvador so that …
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Magic and Hope are alive in El Salvador

In 2005, we met Maricela Medina and Peter Rodriguez in Santa Ana, El Salvador. We were collaborating with Asaprosar, an organization that works with very poor children who live and work in the market place and the garbage dump. We were training these children to become magicians and Maricela and Peter were exceptional magic students; enthusiastic and talented. Together with Asaprosar and our Scholarship Fund they finished high school and went on to graduate from the best Culinary School in El Salvador. They are working as cooks and still performing as magicians. In the spring of 2015 they wrote us and said, …
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