Renaissance Music Cuts $31k Check to Build Safe House In South Africa

Hip-Hop label Renaissance Music's artists Legin, Sinai and Focus released their compilation album, Safe House, in June 2017 to raise funds and awareness to protect children in Soshanguve, South Africa from sex trafficking.

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

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 here.

Purchase the album here.

. Read our full interview with Legin here.

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About the Author
Justin Sarachik has been writing about music since 2010 reporting and editing for The Christian Post, BREATHEcast, Broken Records Magazine, and his own blog TheSIBandGuy. When not conducting obscenely long phone interviews he jumps around on stage with his progressive rock/rap band Process of Fusion in Staten Island, NY.

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