SoCal Coyote News CSESA, CARDINALS, COYOTES, DFI SUPPORT GHANA OUTREACH Posted on November 7, 2018 0 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr (INDIO) – Senior executives from the Georgia Cardinals, SoCal Coyotes and Developmental Football International (DFI) huddled recently with Bishop Francis Afotey Odai, General Overseer of Maranatha Power Ministries in the Greater Accra region of Ghana, to lend their support to the drilling of fresh water wells for the people of Dambia in the Northern Volta Region of West Africa. From left, Francis Afotey Odai Jr.; DFI board member Tim Allen; former Pittsburgh Steelers running back and DFI board member Tim Lester; the Bishop Francis Afotey Odai; J David Miller, The SoCal Coyotes founder and chairman of Coachella Sports & Entertainment Stadium Authority; Scott Honan, managing partner of Richmond Honan Development and Acquisitions LLC; and Leonard Holmes, head coach and founder of the Georgia Cardinals. Richmond Honan brought the parties together to initiate plans for a massive overseas effort to provide fresh water and build schools, churches and orphanages in remote Ghana villages and outposts. DFI will provide its resources to aid in the project, including players who wish to serve overseas as missionaries. Richmond Honan, one of the nation’s largest medical campus developers, is a partner in The Shield at 1 Coyote Way. The $300-million medical, sports and entertainment campus will be built in Palm Desert, the heart of the Coachella Valley, and will be the future home to the SoCal Coyotes and DFI. DFI is the first American developmental football organization engineered to cultivate the annual flow 16,000 collegiate prospects. It is the first turn-key franchise platform to develop elite athletes for professional opportunities.