Don Moen Cuts Sod for $90k School Project in Ghana

by Eugene Brown

Popular American Christian worship music singer, Don Moen, has cut sod for the construction of an 8-unit school building for Royal Seed Home at Ofaakor in Kasoa.

The renowned producer and songwriter together with his friends from the United States who are in a group called Worship In Action have extended their philanthropic works to Ghana by building a new school for the orphanage.

A report published by Kasapafmonline.com says the school building will cost $90,000. However, friends in Kansas, Oklahoma, Georgia, Pennsylvania and Maryland have already contributed $61,728 towards the project.
“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 poste.
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.

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