Last week, The Laughter Foundation noticed on Facebook, that comedian Chris Fonseca in Fort Collins, Colorado was concerned he was in imminent eviction. Fonseca (a wheelchair bound stand-up comedian) apparently has loads of fans all around the country, because… Continue reading
The Laughter Foundation is proud to announce that due to the phenomenal success of last month’s “East Bay Stand-Down” comedy show (a.k.a. “Homeless Heroes” comedy show for Homeless Veterans) we will be producing more stand-up comedy shows… Continue reading
The Great Comedy Wall will be literally a brick wall memorial to all the great comedians in the world, but also a thank you to all comedy fans. The wall will be made up of bricks with donors’ names on… Continue reading
The Great Comedy Wall will be literally… Continue reading
Great things are happening with The Laughter Foundation, including plans for a giant comedy benefit show to be announced in the near future. While we await our 501 status, we’re rebuilding the board, including our Board of Advisors. These are proven and influential movers and shakers in the comedy business and entertainment world. We welcome them and thank each and everyone of them for their belief in our dream.
A great force of laughter left us suddenly and we’re all in mourning here at The Laughter Foundation and beyond. Our message is the same. Laughter heals and can save lives. Continue reading
The Laughter Foundation is now officially incorporated, and the 501(c)3 application is on the way too. Really. No joke.
We've also created an IndieGoGo campaign to help cover the incorporation and other related expenses, as well as launch our first fundraisers, inreach and outreach programs.
Check it out for some amazing perks! Continue reading
Artists Grants Program makes it possible to bring to life the new, funny, and, above all, inspired creations by making micro-grants to comedians with a vision and a plan.
Who is eligible: Comedians who submit proposals for creative comedy… Continue reading
Emergency: After the sudden death of blind comedian Troy Hammond's wife, he is in jeopardy of losing the house he has made payments on for 20 years. Troy needs $50,000 to purchase his own home, in a short sale, to make certain it isn't sold out from under him. Continue reading
Thank you for helping The Laughter Foundation! We love you too, and that’s why we’re offering these fabulous perks. Please note that any donations received through these buttons are not tax-deductible. We’ll receive 100% of these donations. (For… Continue reading