One Dodger Clown’s Mission to Help L.A.’s Homeless

This clown’s charity work is nothing to laugh about.

Say hello to Hiccups Payaso. He’s arguably the No. 1 Dodgers fan in LA.

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The season pass holder makes an effort to be at every home game cheering on his favorite team.

He’s a crowd favorite and is kind of a big deal at Dodger Stadium.

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He’s even become a bobblehead.

He’s also an incredible philanthropist.

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Since 2013, Hiccups Payaso has been helping the homeless on LA’s Skid Row.

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He organizes clothing drives to give Skid Row residents new clothes.

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And through his Hiccups Pizza Project, he makes sure that everyone has something to eat.

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Don’t worry. There’s also water and fruit.

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And Hiccups Payso never asks for anything in return, other than help from more community members.

Hiccups Pizza Project’s goal is to help 350 people per event.

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Hiccups Payaso, who prefers to keep his real name private, can be found on LA’s Skid Row the last Sunday of every month.

Kudos, dude.

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Even the little ones are getting involved.

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One of Hiccups’ biggest reasons for this work is to give children a chance to experience what it is like helping those in need.

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Mad respect, Hiccups.

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When he isn’t at a game or Skid Row, dude visits the Children’s Hospital LA.

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His selflessness is something to admire.

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Thank you, Hiccups. You are making LA better one Sunday at a time. Keep it up!

“Some people are very grateful; some people are embarrassed, but most people that are getting in line to get something for free are in line because there’s a need,” Hiccups Payaso said in an interview. “But you just got to come out here with an open mind and remember that everything we have: a roof, a key to our car or our house, a job. We shouldn’t take for granted because there are some people who don’t have absolutely nothing in the world.”

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