Please find out more about a selection of projects we’ve supported through our grant programmes and view a detailed list of grantees on our impact page which is under the about Prince of Wales's Charitable Fund page.
"Home to insect science" Royal Entomological Society is reintroducing the Large blue butterfly to sites across the South of England. Habitat creation will help to secure the future of the endangered large blue, as well as creating safe havens for many other species.
Helps caregivers and the bereaved to stay connected in later life. The Chatterbox programme connects volunteer telephone befrienders to vulnerable, elderly clients to re-build their self-confidence and help them to cope.
Empowering lives, reducing isolation and enhancing wellbeing through workshops and opportunities for the most marginalised participants in inspiring, sustainable arts programmes in areas where provision is poor and engagement in the arts is low.
Works to develop the resources and skills necessary for producing quality wood products made of timber from healthy, well-managed trees grown and processed in the UK. The Action Oak initiative is researching acute oak disease.
Founded in 2006 by HRH The Prince of Wales to revive historic areas and traditional crafts. Turquoise Mountain works in Afghanistan, Myanmar and the Middle East to drive economic development whilst preserving unique cultures and traditions.