Natalie Grant to perform at Home Foundation Benefit! February 27, 2008

“We Will Not Forget.” – The Home Foundation is hosting it’s 1st Annual Benefit Concert on February 29, 2008, at the historic Belcourt Theatre in Nashville, TN. Natalie Grant will share stories and songs on this special evening. Tickets are now available for $100/couple or $55/individual. Proceeds go to support the Nashville Rescue and Restore Coalition to Stop Human Trafficking.

For ticket information, please contact Stacia Freeman at or call Maximum Artist Management at 615-322-9555. Please respond ASAP!

About the Home Foundation:
The Home Foundation was founded in 2005 by singer/songwriter Natalie Grant. After an episode of Law and Order awakened Natalie to the real-life, ongoing tragedy of Human Trafficking, she threw herself into a deeper research on the issue. What she found disturbed her so greatly, that Natalie knew she must do something to fight for these helpless victims – precious souls without a voice.

After learning that over 10 million children world-wide have been sold into sexual slavery, and inspired by her trip to the red-light district of Mumbai, India, Natalie Grant founded the HOME Foundation with one goal in mind: to help those who may not otherwise be helped. The Home Foundation has partnered with:

World Vision
Bombay Teen Challenge
International Justice Mission
Shared Hope International
Shared Hope International
Not For Sale Campaign
Jubilee Campaign

to educate communities, build shelters and orphanages, and provide medical equipment to those ministering to the victims of trafficking. Committed to education, The Home Foundation has started a program specifically designed for college students. This internship program will offer young adults the opportunity to spend several months with relief organizations fighting human trafficking. The Home Foundation firmly believes in raising up a generation of people committed to eradicating this most horrific brand of evil.

About the founder: Natalie Grant is a best-selling, critically-acclaimed singer/songwriter and is the 2006 Female Vocalist of the Year for the Gospel Music Association. She has committed her life and platform to fighting for the freedom of all who are forced into the commercial sex trade. For more information on Natalie, visit