The Prince’s Countryside Fund’s highly successful initiative, The Prince’s Farm Resilience Programme, is open for family farm businesses from across the UK to sign up. Registration opens from September 7th until October 31st, 2020, but workshops will take place when local social distancing regulations allow.
The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic is undoubtedly touching all aspects of life and operations. We remain committed to protecting the well-being of our employees and key stakeholders by providing remote working arrangements to our employees and supporting The Prince of Wales’s wider charitable work.
The countryside is a vital natural asset and its contribution to our everyday life cannot be underestimated. The Prince’s Countryside Fund (PCF) and The Prince of Wales’s Charitable Fund support the rural economy, raise awareness and celebrate the values of the countryside.
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.
The Prince of Wales’s Charitable Fund has provided a grant to enable Commonwealth Association of Planners (CAP) and other stakeholders, to develop a Rapid Urbanisation Toolkit for the Commonwealth.
Duchy Organic, the pioneering organic food and drink brand founded by HRH The Prince of Wales within Duchy Originals Ltd, and exclusively retailed by Waitrose & Partners, has decided to donate £200,000 to The Prince’s Countryside Fund in 2020-21.