A Hearts and Minds volunteer wearing a rode nose and a resident who is laughing.

Projects we've supported

Find out about the projects we’ve supported through our grants programmes.

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Tusk in Sub-Saharan Africa

The Prince of Wales's Charitable Fund awarded a grant to Tusk to support their work to tackle poaching and the Illegal Wildlife Trade in Sub-Saharan Africa. We funded two projects which focussed on training rangers in proven interception tracking tactics, training park level intelligence staff for their role and improving the co-ordination of information sharing between protected areas.

A group of National Citizen Service (NCS) programme participants around an NCS banner.

Place Strategy - Hanley

The Place Strategy was developed on the basis that entrenched social issues need an integrated response. In collaboration with The Prince of Wales’s charities, our work in Burnley, Tottenham, Redcar and Burslem, had a significant impact and a ripple effect on the surrounding areas.

The Prince of Wales speaks to young people during a visit to  The Prince's Trust Kennington Centre in 2016.

The Prince's Trust - 'Get Into'

The Prince’s Trust's 'Get into' programmes are short courses that develop young people’s skills in a specific sector and support them into jobs. They are available for unemployed young people age 16-25. The courses also help young people to improve teamwork and communication skills and boost their confidence.

Youth United beneficiaries with Their Royal Highnesses The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall

Youth United

PWCF supports Youth United to reach more young volunteers. Youth United is a coalition of charities and agencies working together to encourage more young people and adults to volunteer in their local communities.