PBS Public Television and Hollywood Icon Martin Sheen host of the award winning "In Focus" program to feature Ivy Child International: Sponsors Invited

Ivy Child International’s unique programs for children and teens such as Bullying Prevention and Leadership will be featured by the educational documentary program "In Focus" on PBS. Corporate Sponsorship is invited, with branding opportunities and media spotlights during the program.

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Ivy Child International

Ivy Child International

We are honored to be recognized and featured on our acclaimed children's programming. This is an amazing opportunity to share the fruits of our work and expand our impact.

Worcester, MA (PRWEB) October 05, 2012

Ivy Child International (Ivy Child), a highly acclaimed Massachusetts based non-profit that practices cross-cultural positive psychology to help children, families and communities across the globe will be featured on PBS Public Television during the award winning In Focus program hosted by Hollywood Icon Martin Sheen.

In Focus is an independently produced television program airing in markets around the country on public television. The show is hosted by the legendary Martin Sheen, a veteran of 50 years in the entertainment industry. He has appeared in more than 60 feature films and countless television roles and is a noted philanthropist and activist. The program explores a range of important medical and education issues for audiences.

Ivy Child’s one of a kind curriculum will be featured in this educational documentary program. It will focus on Bullying Prevention and Leadership and other programs that support and create healthy children and teens. Ivy Child has developed an array of learning-based curricula and workshops for leadership and training for children and young people, through personal assessments, identifying leadership characteristics, teaching leadership models and behavior and best practices.

"Ivy Child is honored to be recognized and featured on our acclaimed children's programming. This is an amazing opportunity to share the fruits of our work and expand our impact. We are seeking community partners who wish to join us in changing the face of mental health worldwide as we build a generation of leaders," stated Rose Pavlov Founder and President of Ivy Child.

Sponsorship opportunities in the following 3 segments are offered:

The In Focus segment will be distributed to Public Television stations in all 50 states, airing for one year, for unlimited broadcast at each station’s discretion (The estimated viewership and reach for one year is 60 million households).

There will be a one-minute educational commercial segment used for network distribution, broadcast once primetime in over 84 million homes via MSNBC, CNBC, or an equivalent network; and airing 400 times in the top 200 Direct Marketing Areas during peak and prime time on networks such as CNBC, CNN Headline News, The Learning Channel, FamilyNet, Discovery Channel, or equivalent networks.

In Focus will digitize the 5 minute documentary into a digital file for streaming on Ivy Child International’s website which will be delivered in a format for streaming on social media. In addition In Focus will design and generate an email campaign to a narrowcasted audience sending up to 1,000,000 video emails from In Focus’ email database.

Corporate or Individual Sponsors will be acknowledged and spotlighted in all 3 of the above media segments and at the Ivy Child International’s documentary preview event.

Upon request interested sponsors will be sent a Sponsorship Package. Contact Chief Development Officer, Rob Perella at 617-513-9735 or e-mail rperella (at) ivychild (dot) org

Individual donors can support Ivy Child by donating online and supporting their mission in "Helping Each Child Achieve Their Best."

To partner with Ivy Child or for an interview, please contact:
Rose Pavlov, Founder and President of Ivy Child International, by phone: 508-299-7905 or via email:rpavlov (at) ivychild (dot) org