Our work in the social sector continues to open our eyes and minds to the amazing individuals doing great deeds to help those in need.
Meet Siso the Clown, who saves up his income to pay for all his gigs at charities and orphanages, because he simply wants to make people laugh.
This means that Siso doesn’t take a single sen from these bodies, providing free entertainment, games and laughter to senior citizens and orphaned children.
We asked him why the generosity. “It’s service, simply service.” About half of the income he earns goes into his entertainment business, SDC Family Resources and the remaining portion funds his visits to these underprivileged homes.
There is hardly any profit in this clowning business, what more if you give nearly if not all of your income away to charity. Sometimes all he can make from a job is RM50, after spending the rest of his income on buying supplies and making arrangements for his charity gigs. But for Siso, it’s not about being materially wealthy, it’s about serving others, sharing and caring for the community.