Their Royal Highnesses The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall visited Chinatown in London to open the new China Exchange centre and help celebrate Chinese New Year.
60 Young People from the Commonwealth to receive leadership award
The Queen Elizabeth Diamond Jubilee Trust, which works closely with The Prince of Wales's Charitable Foundation, has announced that 60 young people from across the Commonwealth who are being recognised as exceptional leaders in their community will receive the first ever Queen's Young Leaders Award.
Accounting for Sustainability marks its 10th anniversary
The Prince of Wales challenged global business leaders to "help save the world" at a sustainability summit held last week to mark the 10th anniversary of The Prince of Wales's Accounting for Sustainabiluity Project (A4S).
On Tuesday 18th November 2014 The Prince's Drawing School became the Royal Drawing School. With the permission of Her Majesty the Queen, the Royal Drawing School announed its newly granted Royal status.
Place, People and Pride
The 2013 Prince’s Charities Place Regeneration Summit took place on 16th May at Middleport Pottery in Burslem, Stoke-on-Trent. The Prince of Wales, John van der Laarschot, Chief Executive of Stoke-on-Trent City Council and Baroness Kay Andrews, Chair of English Heritage were among more than 100 guests who attended the event. Supported by the Charitable Foundation, the Place project aims to deliver positive benefits to some disadvantaged communities in the UK through coordinated collaboration of the Prince Charities and local partners.
Global Entrepreneurship Week - 2012
The Prince of Wales's Charitable Foundation has provided funding for a number of The Prince's Charities that focus on opportunity and enterprise to host and participate in this year's Global Enterpreneurship Week (GEW) in the UK. This collaborative grant is to support The Prince’s Charities to deliver our shared commitment to transforming lives and building sustainable communities.
The Charitable Foundation and Waitrose support sustainable farming
The Prince of Wales’s Charitable Foundation has provided funding for a pioneering new project to help British farmers improve their productivity in an environmentally responsible way. The Duchy Originals Future Farming Programme is being delivered by the Soil Association, the UK’s leading organic food and farming charity, in partnership with Duchy Originals from Waitrose, The Prince of Wales’s organic food business.