The Don Moen and Friends Foundation (Worship In Action) cut a sod to commence the construction of a $100,000 school project for Royal Seed Home, an orphanage at Kwao Bondzie at Kasoa in the Central Region. When completed, the school facility will provide a conducive teaching and learning environment for child residents of the home who currently walk 7km to the nearest public school every school day.

The project will include the construction of a 12-classroom facility for kindergarten to primary six, a dining hall and a kitchen, a library, a computer lab, a music study, a staff common room and washrooms.

Project Contractor Mr. Ezekiel Ocloo said the project will be completed in four months and furnishings will be provided in an additional month in time for classes to commence in September 2020.

Mr. Donald James Moen (widely known as Don Moen) said the school project was his way of giving back to Ghana after having had the opportunity to visit and perform his music on various platforms, including state shows for the past 13 years. Mr. Moen said giving back to society meant adding action to worship and that, as a worshiper, he did not only worship through music but also through giving.

Mr. Moen commended all his donors, including those in Ghana, for supporting a good cause and prayed that they would reap in multiple folds what they had given. He pledged to continue to use his foundation to support the orphanage.

Founder and Caretaker of Royal Seed Home Mrs. Naomi Amoah expressed her gratitude to Don Moen and Friends Foundation for supporting the orphanage over the past 10 years.

Mrs. Amoah appealed to other benevolent individuals and corporate organizations to come to the aid of the children by providing a means of transportation, a standby generator set, computers, sanitary items, food supplies and other essentials.

Credits: | Jennifer Kwasin