Kofi Johnson grew up in an orphanage in Accra Ghana and was adopted to a family in Utah when he was 15. He goes back to Ghana to give back to the orphanage he grew up in and provide sports training and soccer clinics to the community. His service trips include donating basic and much needed supplies to the orphanage, teaching soccer clinics and sports training for the community. Kofi’s dream is to expand the opportunities at the orphanage to include trade skills and scholarship opportunities.
Going Back to Give Back is raising $30,000 in the next 100 days for our December Trip. These donations will go toward needed orphanage updates, supplies, and we need your help. Last year we were able to update the community basketball court and host a big Christmas party for the orphanage, and this year we want to help update the orphanage.
Sports Sponsors $100 buys local supplies for soccer clinics and jerseys. (Need 10)
Scholarship Sponsors $500 Scholarship for students for higher education (Need 5)
Classroom Sponsor $1500 will cover the costs for each classroom and supplies (Need 13)
Playground Sponsor $3000 will build the playground for recess for the students. (Need 1)
Kitchen Sponsor $5000 will cover the cost of updated kitchen, plumbing and a celebration meal.
- Tamara Fackrell
- Lisa Hart
- Tiffany (Kendall) Carter
- sophie rose barton
Donations are typically 100% tax deductible in the US.