Let’s go back to that question: the value of laughter.
For some, laughter is a fleeting drop in a sea of happiness. For others, it’s something more: a beacon of hope, a touchstone, a happy memory that they can revisit day after day, year after year. It might be the only happy memory they have to hold onto.
As we clowns believe, laughter is a human right. And the value of defending that right is priceless.
Our mission is to make sure that all children — especially those surviving the hardest conditions of displacement, natural disaster, and war — are able to access the right to laugh and play.