Don Moen cuts sod for $90K school project in Kasoa (VIDEO)

American Gospel singer, Don Moen, has cut a sod for the construction of a school building in Ghana.

Don Moen

The construction will be an 8-unit classroom block for Royal Seed Home, an orphanage located at Ofaakor in Kasoa. The charity project is estimated to cost $90,000 and the funding is coming from the “God will make a way” crooner and his friends from the United States (Worship In Action).

According to information on Don Moen’s charity website, his friends in Kansas, Oklahoma, Georgia, Pennsylvania and Maryland have already contributed $61,728 to support the charity project.

The new school after completion would be named “Don Moen and Friends School for Excellence”.The Worship In Action [WIA] will also partner with the Royal Seed orphanage home to provide nutritious food and safe water for the children every month.

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!” the website sated.

Watch the video below.

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