Dr Klown is a registered voluntary organisation operating from Malta and Gozo and set up in 2011, which has evolved into a professional NGO that prides itself in delivering humour. Being a voluntary organisation, we rely on volunteers to organise ourselves so that we can deliver smiles to little ones and dose our patients with […]
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Meet the Klown Doctors in this fun video. A look behind-the-scenes of our latest photoshoot with the talented photographer Anja Goder. Photographer: Anja Goder Videographer: Fadi Abou Rjeili productions Location: Studioseven Malta Sponsor: LAG Merchant Group Ltd
Launching of our Klowns-On-Demand project , starting off with a series of videos of our klown doctors . The videos can be accessed from here!
There will be no red noses in the wards for a little while, but we will still work hard to spread laughter, kindness and joy through our Facebook book page.. follow us here
In view of the Coronavirus (Covid-19) situation, Dr Klown has suspended its services at Mater Dei Hospital with immediate effect. We believe that at this time it is prudent to allow maximum space to hospital care workers and it is important that we minimise any risk of infection transmission in the process. We will continue […]
The Gollcher Group is organising an event in aid of Dr Klown Malta. Dr Klown is a Maltese Registered NGO set up in 2010. They are active at Mater Dei Hospital and the General Hospital in Gozo. Join us for the 6th Edition of the Gollcher Charity Walk on the 1st May 2019 from Tigullio […]
Here is our 2018 in a nutshell… Download the Dr Klown Annual Report 2018
To celebrate its 6th year in Malta, Dr KIown are organising a fun-filled ‘’Dr Klown Day’’ with the aim of increasing public awareness about our organisation. Over the past 6 years, Klown Doctors has visited over 10,000 children, bringing them relief from pain, stress and boredom in local hospital wards. This year we would like […]
May 9, Mellieha primary School celebrated Clown Day. All students and staff came to school wearing colourful clown costumes. There were over 700 clowns at school. Says Ms Cordina: “The main aim was to help lift the spirits and boost the morale of our students who not always have an easy life. We also managed […]