Let's Inspire Our Kids To Choose Virtues.
It's been said, "You never know what you're gonna get" in life. The V Channel  aims to debunk the famous clich√©. Over the next few months we will explore a variety of complex choices facing youth today. We'll examine consequences without judgment, and share research and guidance on how choosing virtues results in happy, healthy and resilient kids who have authentic self-esteem and confidence---kids who grow up to become adults who make responsible and ethical choices.

Toddlers to Teens, Virtues Are a Good Choice For ALL Kids. 

Common to people of all cultures, ethnicities and beliefs, virtues are the goodness intrinsic to every human being. When young people (and grownups!) understand virtues they activate an inner compass that guides them when choosing between right and wrong, or good from bad.

Offering an Assortment of Idealism and Realism With a Mix of Education and Entertainment.
The V Channel believes there is no such thing as bad kids---just kids making bad choices---often with devastating consequences.

Driven by our conviction in the power of virtues, we strive to produce meaningful and relevant content that engages, informs and demonstrates the real-world benefits of teaching kids virtues.

Along with offering proven strategies for raising 'good' kids, The V Channel produces Edutainment for parents, teachers and coaches to share with their children, to inspire them to choose virtues and be their very best!

Stay Tuned to The V Channel.
Our Next "V"mail Will Explore How Parents (and Even Fussy Babies) Can Choose Patience. 
"V" for Virtues!

The V Channel is currently in development. Our goal is to be the only
Virtues-Driven parenting advice and kid self-help platform available in the media today. We are reaching out to major media and entertainment companies seeking a publishing deal. For information, contact: 
Scott Feraco
Founder and Creative Director

The V Channel is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation not affiliated with any religious or political organizations. All donations are tax-deductible and greatly appreciated.
S pecial thanks to The Family Virtues Guide , by Linda Kavelin Popov with Dr. Dan Popov Ph.D., and John Kavelin, and The Virtues Project , a global grassroots initiative to inspire the practice of virtues in everyday life.

'Box of Choices' photomontage artwork by Scott Feraco.