Let’s be honest 2015 I Survived Gospel Concert couldn’t have been a success without you! We wanted to take a moment to say a big Thank You to everyone that helped and supported our event. Regardless of the role that you played to make our event a success, we thank you!
The I Survived Gospel Concert is a movement created by our founder and visionary, LaNette to celebrate survivors of breast cancer, domestic violence, and sexual abuse. The pink ribbon represents breast cancer, purple ribbons represent domestic violence and the teal ribbon represents sexual abuse.
LaNette Kincaid is a Marine wife and mother of two, who not only believes in Christ but is also a lover of gospel music and phenomenal singing. I Survived Gospel Concert is not just an event IT IS A MOVEMENT. This movement is near and dear to LaNette because she is a survivor of domestic violence and sexual abuse and an advocate of breast cancer.
Our concert took place on March 7, 2015, but our mission, nor our movement isn’t over. For our upcoming 2016, I Survived Gospel Concert we are needing your help to make our future events successful. We’re needing your help by donating to our upcoming events and missions, volunteering, and also we are currently looking for performers for our upcoming event.
Please take a moment to see the video from our founder.