Don Moen cuts sod for construction of $90k school project in Ghana
American gospel singer, Don Moen cut sod for the construction 8 rooms school building for Royal Seed Home at Ofaakor in Kasoa.
The renowned producer cum songwriter and his friends from the United States [Worship In Action] have extended their philanthropic works to Ghana by building a new school for the orphanage. The school building will cost $90,000 to build, and friends in Kansas, Oklahoma, Georgia, Pennsylvania and Maryland have already contributed $61,728. The new school after completion would be named “Don Moen and Friends School for Excellence”.
Royal Seed Home is home to more than 190 children. Worship In Action [WIA] partners with Royal Seed on a monthly basis to provide nutritious food and safe water for the children. “Exciting weekend in Ghana! Had an amazing groundbreaking ceremony near Ofaakor, Ghana – the site of the brand new Royal Seed School that so many in Ghana (Don Moen & Friends) the United States, and all over the world have made possible. Visit WorshipInAction.org to learn more and THANK YOU to all my partners. God Bless!” Don Moen