Welcome to Social Circus Myanmar
Massive thanks to friends and supporters who have donated to the
Crowdfunding campaign 2019!
Roll of Honour
Colin Macfarlane, Karen Cavanaugh, Elmar Langner, AMC Cuypers, Tasmin & Chris, James Kellam, David J Joy, Linda LeDuc, Usasinee Rewthong, Mary Lightfoot, Jalin Berg
Ryan Griffin, Charmaine Morris, Rebecca Heald, Saskia Kent, Marcus Edney, Jim Mora, Lee Hayes, Tasmin Maunder, Stella Foley, Leila Martley, Alice Bayly, Philip Hebert, Aileen Wilkie, Ellen Agger, Debbie Petlueng, Jill Ridgewell & Phill Lang, Georg Peter Mueller, Gautam Singh, Paul France, Barbara Howarth, Yannick Jooris, Geraline Knox, Brian Reay, Katherine Dobson, Peter Kellam, John Hadfield, Peter Hurley, Clare Myers, Karen Seidman, David Williams, Sam Clark, Alison Gentleman, Ian Richardson, Barreira Anne-France, Nat Brown, Evana Belich, Marilyn Harpur, Ceri Dunwell, Martin Archer, Caroline Richards, Toby Philpott, Eddie Fowler, Vanessa Rohan, Johnny Hopper, Laura Summerton, Adam Morris, Yannick Jooris, Rebecca Heald, Karen Seidman.
Our Crowdfunding Campaign 2019 ended with $3,405 donated.
Thank you all so much!
By the way: It’s never too late to Donate! DONATE directly right here
We are engaged in developing Social Circus in Myanmar as a tool for social and personal development for children, youth and young adults.
Our motto is “Everyone Needs To Have Fun”
Our latest videos
This is a VR/360 video and needs to be viewed on YouTube or with YouTube app
Eden Centre for Disabled Children, filmed Feb 2017.
We use Crowdfunding and Donations to fund our work. We also deliver
workshops and small shows in Myanmar as best we can to raise money locally.
It’s never too late to Donate!
You can help!
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to the project at anytime – DONATE
Who’s Donated so far?
See the Roll of Honour
Call Jules: 09 966913831
to arrange a workshop or show
at your School, Business Fun Day
or Community Event.
Inspiring Change through Circus Skills in Myanmar
Social Circus Myanmar is a project to develop social circus in Myanmar. We believe that Social Circus is a useful tool for engaging with children and young adults to support development of their their personal skills, empower them to participate fully in civil society and to spread an agenda of sharing, tolerance, diversity and love through the use of Play and Fun.
Our Values: Diversity, Inclusion, Accessibility, Gender Equality, Sharing, Learning through Play and Fun, and Creativity.
The goal of this project is to build a framework for a locally-led social circus network in Myanmar which nurtures and empowers disadvantaged children and young adults, and people living with disabilities.