Today humanity on Planet Earth faces a number of increasingly interconnected major challenges from wars and conflicts including the damage they cause to the local environment; poverty; an increasing shortage of fresh potable water; insufficient food stocks; energy shortages and the need to develop environmentally safe, secure and efficient energy resources and technologies; to the effects of changing weather patterns; deforestation; over-fishing; dwindling biodiversity; and global pandemics.

Even the threat of small to medium size asteroids or near Earth objects either impacting the Earth or exploding in the upper atmosphere (air burst), as occurred in Chelyabinsk, Russia, when a superbolide caused by a near-Earth asteroid entered Earth's atmosphere on 15 February 2013 and exploded at a height of around 29.7 km (18.4 miles, 97,400 feet), with a total kinetic energy (before atmospheric impact) equivalent to approximately 500 kilotons of TNT, twenty to thirty times more energy than was released from the atomic bomb detonated at Hiroshima, Japan, in 1945, should be taken seriously. The Chelyabinsk object measured twenty meters in diameter. Some 7,200 buildings in six cities across the region were damaged by the explosion's shock wave, and approximately 1,500 people were injured seriously enough to seek medical treatment. Sixteen hours later another unrelated small asteroid with a diameter of thirty meters named 2012 DA14 (later designated 367943 Duende) flew by Earth at a distance of only 27,700 kilometers. For comparison the distance to the Moon from Earth varies between 362,600 kilometers to 405,400 kilometers. Earth is not the only planet to be struck by asteroids and comets, as Jupiter has been a target five times in the last decade alone with the latest on 17 March 2016. The last major asteroid impact with Jupiter occurred on 19 July 2009, and who can forget in the massive multiple-strike of Comet Shoemaker-Levy 9 on 18 July 1994. While the threat of a serious asteroid impact or air burst on Earth is relatively infrequent, such events can cause significant regional to planet wide devastation, even extinction levels, and since humanity could prevent such occurrences with an appropriate investment and technology development, this should be another challenge undertaken as an international initiative.

"We have to do the best we can. This is our sacred human responsibility."
― Albert Einstein, Theoretical Physicist
(14 March 1879 – 18 April 1955)

The DreamVision Foundation’s initial areas of focus for its charitable financial support provided from profits set aside by DreamVision Universal Entertainment SA and DreamVision Universal Entertainment (Singapore) Pte Ltd from their filmed entertainment, television programming, documentaries, and multimedia projects and special charity events are as follows.

All life on Earth is sacred and has an intrinsic value as we journey through the cosmos on spaceship Earth, our one and currently only home. We need to inspire human consciousness with creativity, a true sense of purpose, cooperative engagement and dialogue across the nations, and generate excitement and wonder as we explore the universe.

“Omnia vivunt, omnia inter se conexa
Everything is alive; everything is interconnected"
- Marcus Tullius Cicero
(3 January 106 BCE – 7 December 43 BCE),
Roman Philosopher, Politician, Lawyer, Orator, Political Theorist, Consul, and Constitutionalist