The reality that the world needs to improve has been known for centuries. Poverty and homelessness are prevailing global issues, and while individuals and corporate bodies are doing their parts to mitigate them, the world cannot continue to sit by idly and wait for miracles. 4 Days to Save the World is a new television docuseries committed to building viable solutions that can have a positive impact on the social issues of homelessness and poverty.
4 Days to Save the World celebrates social enterprises as it showcases incredible minds working together to change the world for the better. The show dares the world’s top investors, executives, and CEOs to solve real-life social issues, with a dramatic plot twist that gives them only four (4) days to do it alongside teenagers.
The show’s genius vision was created by filmmaker and executive producer, Christopher LaVoie. The studio wanted to place a teenager (Leonce Luma, Jr., above image) with world-class entrepreneurs to achieve the near-impossible in only four days. Ending homelessness has been a lifelong goal of governments, nations, and corporations; but 4 Days to Save the World is attempting to build viable solutions that could have a positive impact on the world through a productive human experience captured on camera.
The docu-series was set up as a social experiment, and during the creation process in Miami, FL, brilliant minds came together, spent time together, and built a close relationship with one another to find solutions to world problems. “4 Days to Save the World is truly engineering closer relationships in all aspects. From global communities to family ecosystems. The energy during the 4-day thrill ride is quite remarkable,” Christopher LaVoie said. Also describing the vision of the project, the filmmaker further revealed: “As a child, I experienced some serious challenges while I was growing up. It’s critical for not only the youth but all people to be empowered. When you are on set, you are able to experience this enhanced empowerment. It’s magical to feel.”
The cast members of the series go from being strangers on the first day to family 98 hours later. One of the cast members, Leonce Luma Jr., on Team Homelessness, helped his team understand what being homeless feels like. His performance helped raise the bar and drove home the salient points of homelessness and how it can be fixed. Successful entrepreneurial leaders like Ben Sywulka, Chanie Gluck, Marina Ilari, Joseph and Moshe Frankle, Jessica and Matt Schneider, and more worked with him to create solutions to this persistent world problem.4 Days to Save the World is available on the new TV streaming network H2HTV with coverage in 140 countries via AppleTV, Amazon FireTV, Roku, and more. It is currently in the process of expanding into Platform-A TV streaming networks globally this summer.