Don Barnett's Legacy Well Project

$2,100

Raised

Donations

$10,000

Goal

The family of Donald C. Barnett, who left this life on his 91st birthday, would like to invite you to partner with them and Ghana West Africa Missions (GWAM) in fulfilling one of his final requests. Our goal is to raise $10,000 for a new water well in Northern Ghana in Don's honor. 


Don had a passionate love for his Lord God, his family and friends, and the churches of Christ around the world. Over the many years, Don was a faithful advocate for those suffering in Ghana who needed clean water. He often and willfully used his resources to make a difference in many lives. 


Having been raised on a farm in Muleshoe, Texas, Don knew the importance of life-sustaining water and asked that we drill a much-needed water well in Northern Ghana, West Africa, in his memory. This new water source will help change the lives of some 300 people daily in a small community near Yendi for many years to come. What a great way for you to help transform a small community by assisting them to have close access to safe, clean water. 


Please join Don's family and GWAM in honoring his legacy. Thank you so much for your attention and participation. Any gift amount will help.


In memory of Donald Charles Barnett: June 16, 1930 - June 16, 2021.


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Gene & Kitty Mcknight | $100

A hall of fame friend and uncle.

Toni & Clay

Ricky McWhorter | $50

Don's ability to reflect the image of Christ was extraordinary, and his impact in Ghana is far-reaching for years to come!

Clark & Tami

Anita