The Don Moen and Friends Foundation has started a $100,000 school project for Royal Seed Home, an orphanage at Kwao Bondzie at Kasoa in the Central Region.
The project is to provide a conducive teaching and learning environment for the children, who currently walk for about seven kilometres from the orphanage to the nearest public school.
The American pastor, singer and producer of Christian worship music, Mr Donald James Moen, popularly known as Don Moen, and his friends, who visited the country for a music show last Saturday, cut the sod for the project to begin.
When completed, the project will include a 12-classroom block for kindergarten to primary six, a dining hall and a kitchen, a library, an information communication technology (ICT) laboratory, a music study, a staff common room and washrooms.
Speaking before the sod cutting, Mr Moen said the school project was his way of giving back to Ghana after having the opportunity to visit and perform his music on various platforms, including state shows for the past 13 years.
He told the gathering that giving back to society meant adding action to worship and as a worshipper, he did not only worship through music but also through giving.
As the lead support of the NGO, 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 adding that “the next time it is going to be a $100 million project.
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