In May, our small grants programme awarded over £90,000 to over 40 not-for-profit organisations. PWCF is working to transform lives and build sustainable communities across the UK, Commonwealth and Internationally.
Imagine a gender equal world. A world free of bias, stereotypes, and discrimination. A world that is diverse, equitable, and inclusive. A world where difference is valued and celebrated. This International Women's Day, we celebrate the achievements of women through the projects we've supported that help create gender equal communities and #BreakTheBias.
The Prince of Wales's Charitable Fund has responded to the humanitarian crisis in Ukraine by funding emergency appeals coordinated by The British Red Cross and World Jewish Relief. Both organisations are working to help people living through or fleeing from the conflict.
We are delighted to announce the appointment of Sir Kenneth Aphunezi Olisa OBE to the board. Sir Kenneth was appointed by The Prince of Wales at the Trustees meeting in December 2021. This appointment further strengthens the PWCF board, provide diverse skills and additional expertise required to deliver our mission.
In October, our small grants programme awarded over £80,000 to 34 not-for-profit organisations. PWCF is working to transform lives and build sustainable communities across the UK and the Commonwealth.
2,650 trees were planted at Airedale Hospital in West Yorkshire as part of the Edible Airedale project. Trees for Cities is working to green urban spaces across the UK, and encourages #GenerationTree to grow. PWCF supported the Edible Airedale project through a major grant to Trees for Cities in 2019.