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The Flying Seagull Project Is Helping Refugee Children To Laugh in Europe

“We believe that it is everyone, man, woman or child’s right to put aside the cares of life and smile for a while. We work with widely varying groups in several countries to help bring smiles and happiness to people, whether as Clown Doctors for children undergoing difficult medical treatments or through arts, music and crafts workshops,” says Ash Perrin, founder of The Flying Seagull Project.

Ash  and his team of entertainers have been spreading love, light and laughter to children in hospitals, orphanages, deaf/blind schools, marginalized communities and refugee camps around the world since 2007.

BBC Three’s “Amazing Humans” video focuses on their work in Europe’s refugee camps in the past two years.

 

Spread the circus love and support Ash’s work in Europe and beyond!

 

Main Image Source: www.theflyingseagullproject.com. Photo by: Katherine Needles

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