Renaissance Music Gives $31k Check To Build Safe House In South Africa

Renaissance Movement Music @rmmusictv (© Annette Holloway)

It’s important to highlight CHH artists who do ministry beyond the music.

Gospel Hip-Hop record label, Renaissance Music, recently gave a $31,000 check towards building a safe house in South Africa.

Artists Legin, Sinai, and Focus released the ‘Safe House’ album with 100% dedicated to protect young women from sex trafficking in South Africa.

Through Renaissance’s non-profit, Expect Renaissance, Inc., 100% of the proceeds from the album go directly to building a safe house to protect the particularly vulnerable children of Kerus Global’s Orphan Care Center.

‘Safe House’ features Grammy Award Winner KJ Scriven, Grammy Nominated artists Da’ T.R.U.T.H. and Laquan Green, producer/artist Spec, and lyricists Eshon Burgandy and Jered Sanders.

Through the release of ‘Safe House,’ concert and speaking events, a Safe House 5K and Half Marathon race, and generous donations, Renaissance recently presented a check to Kerus Global for $31,555.03 towards building the Safe House.

While a great accomplishment, $70,000 more is needed to build the Safe House. The goal of the Safe House Project is to break ground on this vital home before the end of 2018.

If you would like to give or need more information please visit www.safehouseproject.org or www.expectrenaissance.org or email Kristi Wells at kristi@safehouseproject.org. For more information on Kerus Global Education, visit www.kerusglobal.org.

‘Safe House’ can be purchased/streamed everywhere at www.smarturl.it/shbetterdays. 100% of the proceeds go directly toward building the Safe House to protect the children of Soshanguve from sex trafficking.

To book Renaissance Music’s artists, visit www.rmmusic.tv (@rmmusictv) or follow Legin (@legintv), Sinai (@sinaiforreal) and Focus (@iamfocus) at their respective social media handles.

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