The Dominion Foundation was founded in 1981 by Robert W. Johnson, Senior. The goal of the foundation, (and KTV), was to allow for creation and distribution of “safe” children’s programming free from violence and packed with Bible-based principles and values. Knowing that secular media was continuing to develop children’s programming that did not include important value lessons, Dominion launched KTV to assure that Christian values would be protected and readily available for families that want Christian teaching, wholesome media and family-friendly entertainment in their home.
In 1999, the Dominion Foundation created its own 24-hour Christian television channel just for kids and teens – KTV- Kids and Teen Television network. KTV features life-changing programming aired with the intention of transforming the face of an entire generation of children and bringing about a positive transformation in our nation and world. Today the foundation continues to help obtain and produce wholesome, faith-based children’s programming to air on KTV and also makes donations to various Christian causes.
With the generous support of donors like you, the Dominion Foundation will continue to explore ways in which it can expand give support to missionaries and various Christian charitable organizations worldwide focused on the advancement of God’s Word, especially those who have not yet had the opportunity to hear the Truth.
If you’d like to help The Dominion Foundation continue to support the creation of high-quality, wholesome children’s programming then please donate by visiting the Dominion Foundation website at www.thedominionfoundation.org or by mailing your donation to the following postal address:
Dominion Foundation, Inc.
P.O. Box 11329
Naples, FL 34101-1329