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Other Ways to Get Involved

You’re not a circus performer? That’s perfect.

There are many ways to get involved under the CWB big top!

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Volunteer your Expertise Remotely

Are you a graphic designer, writer, translator, or social-media strategist or creator looking to make a huge impact

CWB works with remote volunteers on a project-by-project basis to help spread our message.

We offer guidance and direction, and prefer our volunteers take the lead by flexing their skills and abilities.

Apply for a volunteer opportunity by filling out this form, and we will be in touch!

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Calling All Birthday Champions!

You’re never too old to have clowns at your birthday party.

A CWB Birthday Fundraiser is a great way to spread laughter with the support of your friends and family.

Each $11 you raise will bring another child to a clown show.

Getting started on Facebook couldn’t be easier. Here are the step-by-step instructions.

Be sure to tag us in all your posts!

Become a Laughter Ambassador

You can keep the laughter rolling for displaced children by introducing your friends and family to CWB. We’ll get you set up with a campaign to raise $500 (or more!) and be an advocate for the Power of Play.

How does it work?

We offer a customizable form in just a few clicks. We also offer a media kit: photos, stories, and language you can use in your campaign.

You can expect to be showered with confetti and appreciation via email and social media! 🎉🤡💌

Send Maggie an email to get started!

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Joy-Making Internships

Are you a college student or recent graduate looking to gain professional experience while making a difference

CWB offers internships (unpaid) that provide experience in nonprofit program management, communications/marketing, and fundraising. You’ll work alongside CWB staff who will guide you through projects that capture your interest and align with our priorities.

Internships are remote and are available year round. They do not include travel or performing opportunities.

We welcome students (associate, bachelor, or graduate) or recent grads to email us an internship project proposal.

In your email proposal, please include:
  • Proposed start and end dates (8 week minimum)
  • A description of your proposed project
  • The number of hours you intend to work each week
  • What you’ll need from us to verify projects completed as an intern (including letters of recommendation or completion)
  • An attached resume
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Why CWB?

We hope you’re as in love with our mission as we are. Besides engaging in meaningful work, you’ll get:

  • Coaching and guidance from a CWB staff member
  • Experiencing working on assignments that interest you
  • A flexible work schedule

Please note: If selected for consideration, a member of our team will contact you to discuss our recruitment process.

Looking to partner with CWB instead? We invite collaborations with local organizations, foundations, and businesses!