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The Hansell family, Raymond. MarySue and son Gregory, want to raise $200,000 dollars to develop and distribute their new kids tablet game, A Better World for Kids.
“We are creating I think a little world that kids can play in. Dress up like adults. Do a lot of things to emulate like mom and dad, but doing a lot of good deeds in the process,” said Raymond Hansell, chairman and CEO of A Better World.
The new game teaches kids to practice positive life habits. kindness and doing good in the community.
“What we wanted to do is create a game that parents and grandparents would be proud about. A game that didn’t have violence. Didn’t have time wasting type of things something that would bring the children positive attitudes and positive behaviors,” said MarySure Hansell, president and chief operating officer of A Better World.
The Better World team plans to donate a portion of the proceeds from the game to two charities, Convoy of Hope and Operation Warm. The campaign ends January 4th.
By: David Grzybowski/PHL17