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A collage of Toonspeak beneficiaries Beneficiary story

Toonspeak creates opportunities for fun in Glasgow

Toonspeak are on a mission to transform lives through creativity, supported by the Prince of Wales’s Charitable Fund (PWCF). The charity runs free artist led workshops and creative projects for young people from across Glasgow, often during school holidays and always at zero cost to participants. The workshops and projects engage vulnerable children and families in deprived areas, and have a huge impact on those who participate.

Andy Gray measures soil health on his farm Beneficiary story

Innovative Farmers delivers real impact from the ground up

The Prince of Wales’s Charitable Fund has supported the Soil Association for more than five years by awarding over £3.5 million to enable farmers to research the issues that matter to them and their livelihoods.

Thanks to the customers of Waitrose Duchy Organic, we continue to deliver on our commitment to promote Good Food, Good Farming and Good Causes, by supporting Innovative Farmers (part of the Duchy Futures Farming Programme) which includes a new study into the future of agroforestry in the UK. In particular, it investigates whether agroforestry could be a viable way to protect farmland and continue to farm sustainably through the climate crisis.

Greg Smith Prince's Foundation Beneficiary story

PWCF funds Prince's Foundation building craft programme

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.

Beneficiary Prince's Trust Canada Beneficiary story

PWCF and The Prince's Trust transform lives

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.