One of Family Care Foundation's primary goals is to invest in the leaders of tomorrow, today's children, and their families. To help achieve this goal, FCF has licensed a number of wholesome videos. The exempt-purpose distribution and broadcast of the videos, rich in family values, character education and Christian principles, is a valuable component of our Family Education Program.
These include two children's series produced in response to the great need for quality children's programming. Treasure Attic is a fun-filled "edu-tainment" series for children from two to eight years of age, airing on American television. Children learn how to get along with others, how to overcome shyness, get along with others, how to overcome shyness, build self-esteem and so on. This series provide wholesome, educational and character-building entertainment.
Another recent addition in our children's lineup is The Huggabug Club, a series designed for younger children, which promotes lifeskills such as integrity, flexibility, perseverance, problem solving, responsibility, cooperation and caring. The Huggabug Club has enjoyed a successful run over the past four years on public television.
FCF has also licensed two thought-provoking videos for an older audience, the stand-alone documentary Countdown to Armageddon and a high impact music video The Final Stand.
Through our initial efforts, these videos are gaining exposure, via both broadcast and home video distribution outlets. They have been represented at MIPCOM, the largest international gathering of television broadcasters held annually in Cannes, France. Our videos have also been displayed at MIPCOM Junior, held just prior to MIPCOM, where worldwide buyers have the opportunity to sample children's video materials.
So, as set out in our goals, we have begun developing an international distribution network in order to achieve maximum exposure for the positive and character-building content of these products.
Countdown to Armageddon & The Final Stand