Dr Klown 10th Anniversary Photoshoot!

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

Smile On Campaign

We are firm believers that laughter is the best medicine & a SMILE is the purest act of expression. In times when we are required to wear masks and keep our social distance, we truly believe that smiling and sharing smiles will benefit everyone.

Dr Klown has therefore created the  SMILE ON  campaign that will hopefully post thousands of SMILES online.

Follow these simple instructions and share your biggest smile:

1) Take a photo of yourself showing your biggest smile,

2) Post your photo on your favourite social profile with the hashtag #smileon and tag @drklown (on Instagram) / @dr klown (on Facebook) or send it to us via a private message & we will post it ourselves for you,

3) Nominate others  to SmileOn and share their smile.

Turn on your camera and show us your biggest smile ever 📸



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!

Smiles & Laughter through Facebook

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

Dr Klown during the Covid-19 outbreak

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 to monitor the situation through liaison with the health authorities and we will update our position accordingly.

The Gollcher Charity Walk 2019 – In aid of Dr Klown

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 in St. Julians to the Black Pearl in Ta’ Xbiex. Registration commences at 8.15am near Tigullio. The walk starts at 9.00am. Step by Step we can make a difference.

The event is open to all. Feel free to invite your family & friends and share this event!


Dr Klown Day

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 to invite all children in the primary school age group to join Dr Klown, in a Parade on the St Julians – Sliema promenade.

This event will consist of an informal parade of children dressed as clowns (accessories or coloured clothing are enough – no need for a full costume), while they are accompanied by a parent/carer. Fun is definitely guaranteed, as children will have the opportunity to meet the Klown doctors, Disney characters, clowns, and also get their hands on figure balloons while dancing to the parade music!
Participants will show their solidarity with sick children through placards, banners and drawings, which they can prepare at home with adult help.
The event is also supported by:

  • H.E. The President of Malta,
  • The Commissioner of Children,
  • Ms Mac Namara – Director General for Education and Employment,
  • Rev. Dr Charles Mallia – Delegate for Catholic Education,
  • HSBC Malta Foundation,
  • The Farsons Foundation,
  • Scouts Group San Giljan,
  • San Giljan Local Council

Andre Schembri’ & Apollon FC supporting Dr Klown!

More than 700 clowns at Mellieha Primary School

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 to raise more awareness about Dr Klown, the clown doctors who visit children in hospital to ease away the pain children feel while in hospital.

It is important to instil the value of helping those in need from a very young age. Life is not always easy, but it is always beautiful. It depends on how you look at things. Life is what you make it and it can be as colourful as you want to.”
We thank the school for their continued support!