The Prince’s Countryside Fund (PCF) has awarded over £200,000 of grant funding to 27 community-led projects across the UK, which are working to create resilient rural communities. Since 2010, PCF a subsidiary of The Prince of Wales's Charitable Fund, has distributed over £10 million in funding to nearly 400 projects.
The Prince of Wales’s Charitable Fund is delighted to announce the appointment of two Trustees, Mrs. Sarah Butler-Sloss and Ms. Kristin Rechberger.
Emma Billings and her family farm near Louth in Lincolnshire took part in The Prince’s Farm Resilience Programme (PFRP), run by The Prince’s Countryside Fund, in 2018. The Prince’s Countryside Fund which is part of The Prince of Wales's Charitable Fund, was established by The Prince of Wales in 2010 and exists to improve the prospects of family farm businesses and the quality of rural life.
The Prince of Wales’s Charitable Fund congratulates Turquoise Mountain of which The Prince of Wales is Patron, and applauds Decorex for recognizing Turquoise Mountain’s 'attention to diversity and bringing together a multitude of cultures in their designs'.
The Prince's Trust believes that every young person should have the chance to embrace exciting opportunities. PWCF is delighted to provide funding to enable Prince’s Trust to help and empower unemployed 11 to 30 year-olds to find the tools and confidence to try free courses and start careers.
This year marks the 30th anniversary of the International Day of Older Persons and highlights the contribution of healthcare workforce to the health of older persons, higher risks confronted by older persons during outbreak of pandemics such as COVID-19 and promote a global strategy for a decade of healthy ageing.