The Prince of Wales’s Charitable Fund has awarded more than £1m to help fund projects initiated by The Prince’s Foundation, including hospitality, textiles and horticulture training, education in food and farming, traditional building constructions, building craft programme, and restorations across the UK, as well as planning and development work with various Commonwealth countries.
In response to the unprecedented impact of COVID-19, The Prince of Wales’s Charitable Fund (PWCF) has made available £150,000 to more than 30 non-profit organizations supporting some of the most deprived communities in England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.
PWCF’s COVID-19 Recovery Fund is enabling the organizations to deliver much needed health & wellbeing, social inclusion, education and environmental projects, and lessen the impact of the pandemic on children and young people, as well as the elderly and wider community.
Record sales and a new look for UK’s largest organic supermarket brand - Waitrose has revealed its organic range, Waitrose Duchy Organic, has generated over £30m for The Prince of Wales’s Charitable Fund, since the brand was licensed exclusively to Waitrose just over a decade ago.
The Prince of Wales’s Charitable Fund (PWCF) and The Prince’s Trust, continue to transform lives during the pandemic. A grant of £1.5m over three years from PWCF has enabled The Prince’s Trust to establish and grow its delivery in Canada, Australia and New Zealand.
The additional COVID-19 emergency grant of £150,000 provided to Prince’s Trust New Zealand has helped the start-up to implement more resilient ways to support young people.
The Prince of Wales’s Charitable Fund has awarded more than £3.5m over eight years towards the Innovative Farmers Duchy Future Farming Programme at Soil Association. The programme is funded through sales of Waitrose Duchy Organic products which promote good farming, good food and good causes.
The Prince of Wales’s Charitable Fund is delighted to announce the appointment of two Trustees, Mrs. Sarah Butler-Sloss and Ms. Kristin Rechberger.