Build it Forward with Paul Brandt premieres Sept 17 on CMT

From a media release:


This September, Corus Entertainment’s CMT (Canada) presents the premiere of Paul Brandt’s BUILD IT FORWARD, a series about inspiring individuals and communities to give of themselves and create a better world for everyone in it. Produced by Corkscrew Media Inc., in association with CMT (Canada), this series premieres Saturday, September 17 at 10 p.m. ET.

Hosted by country music star Paul Brandt (@paulbrandt), BUILD IT FORWARD chronicles the emotional journey of seven separate families at risk of homelessness who will be receiving a new home. While the recipient family works first hand and receives the goodwill and grace of donations and volunteers in the creation of their new home, they are also required to “build it forward” by volunteering in their own community as well as travelling abroad to help build for others in need.

Paul Brandt is the most awarded male Canadian country artist in history. Although his roots started far from stardom, today his fan base, music and philanthropic efforts reach small towns, across big cities and beyond international borders. Born in Calgary, Alberta, his first big break was in 1996 with the single “My Heart has a History”, which hit number one in Canada and made him the first Canadian male country artist to reach the Billboard Top Ten in the US since Hank Snow in 1974. A Gold (US) and Triple Platinum (Canada) selling album, “Calm Before the Storm”, followed. Paul has nine tremendously successful albums to his credit to date. In addition to his music, Paul also has a strong passion for helping people, working with a number of charities, including his own foundation, The Priceless Gift of Hope Foundation (priceles$), and being involved with humanitarian pursuits around the globe.


2 thoughts on “Build it Forward with Paul Brandt premieres Sept 17 on CMT”

  1. I don’t know if this is the way to go about this, but i would like to nominate someone who deserve a new home.
    My daughter Betsy & her husband have been saving for a new home, but she just found out she has lymph node cancer and will be starting an intense chemo treatment. the money that was to be for their home is now being used for treatment, and her drug regimine. She is in a third floor 2 bedroom apartment. she has 2 beautiful children, Reagan 7 and Fox 2, they are in one bedroom, would it be possible for the show to come to the ottawa area and help build them a new home, this cancer is curable but it will be 6 months plus intense treatment, her first one will be a ten hour ordeal. plus, she will be losing her beautiful hair.
    I would love to see them in a new home, perhaps giving her a bit of hope that there is something to look forward to
    thank you

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