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.
International Literacy Day 2020 focused on "Literacy teaching and learning in the COVID-19 crisis and beyond". The Prince of Wales’s Charitable Fund is delighted to shine a light on a number of organisations and literacy-related projects supported over the years.
The Prince of Wales’s Charitable Fund has made a major grant in support of The Rare Breeds Survival Trust (RBST) Farm Parks Project. This project seeks to develop breeding programmes, knowledge transfer initiatives between Farm Parks and promotional campaigns to highlight the importance of Rare Breeds.
Researchers at Oxford University have been supported by The Prince of Wales’s Charitable Fund to develop the world’s smallest radar ‘backpack’ tracking tag for pollinator insects and a computer model for predicting pollinator behaviour.
The Prince of Wales’s Charitable Fund (PWCF) has supported the Lorna Young Foundation (LYF) to empower farmers in Ghana through community radio stations.