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

Projects we've supported

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.

The Prince of Wales shakes hands with an individual at a Penny Brohn event.

Penny Brohn UK

Penny Brohn UK, a Bristol based cancer charity of which The Prince of Wales is Patron, received funding to develop its nutritional programme for 3,000 people and improve their well-being as well as reduce the impact of treatment.

Learning Partnerships volunteer and child reading a book together and smiling.

Learning Partnerships

In 2019, PWCF awarded a grant to Learning Partnerships in order to fund a further 25 volunteers for their Let’s Read programme, which facilitates support for disadvantaged children to help them attain the literacy and language skills required for future educational and employment opportunities.

A volunteer and an elderly care home resident smiling at one another.

Friends for Life Bedfordshire

Friends for Life Bedfordshire is a Bedford-based local charity, which works to reduce the social isolation of people in Bedfordshire’s care homes. PWCF supported the organisation to equip new volunteer befrienders who offer company and friendship to care home residents.

Young people playing guitars and other instruments on stage

Soft Touch Arts

PWCF supported Soft Touch Arts in 2016 and 2018 to deliver Symphonize, an urban/classical music fusion project in Leicester delivered with the Philharmonia Orchestra. Symphonize aims to engage disadvantaged young people in composing, producing, recording and performing original cross-genre music.