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the prince`s charities
+ Organisations
have The Prince
400
as their Patron
“MY TRUST SUPPORTS
58,000 DISADVANTAGED
YOUNG PEOPLE EVERY
YEAR TO OVERCOME
LITERALLY
UNIMAGINABLE ODDS.”
THE PRINCE OF WALES
by
+ Raised
The Prince’s
£100m
Charities annually
THE PRINCE OF WALES’S
CHARITABLE FOUNDATION
The Prince of Wales’s Charitable Foundation was founded
by The Prince of Wales in 1979. Profits generated from the
sales of Waitrose Duchy Organics and Highgrove products
and Highgrove garden tours are donated to the
Foundation. The Foundation acts as a grant-making body
that supports a wide range of causes and delivers
programmes such as the International Sustainability Unit
and Accounting for Sustainability.
COMMONWEALTH AND OVERSEAS
The Prince of Wales has established charitable entities or
initiatives in Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Romania and
the United States of America. These seek to coordinate
and expand His Royal Highness’s charitable interests,
and promote partnerships with organisations and donors
in those countries that build on the work of The Prince’s
Charities in the UK.
The Prince of Wales visits The Prince’s Trust
Morgan Stanley Centre in Poplar.
“OUR HERITAGE
INFORMS WHO WE
ARE, HELPING TO GIVE
US OUR IDENTITY AND
SENSE OF BELONGING.
WE LOSE TOUCH WITH
IT AT OUR PERIL.”
THE PRINCE OF WALES
THE PRINCE’S CHARITIES
The Prince of Wales’s Charitable Foundation is a
registered charity in England and Wales (1127255)
and a registered company (06777589)
Registered Office: Clarence House,
St James’s, London, SW1A 1BA
www.princeofwales.gov.uk
www.princeofwalescharitablefoundation.org.uk
THE PRINCE’S CHARITIES
Transforming Lives, Building Sustainable Communities
40,000
Visitors to
Highgrove Gardens
every year
THE PRINCE’S
CHARITIES
FOR 40 YEARS THE PRINCE OF WALES
HAS BEEN A LEADER IN IDENTIFYING
CHARITABLE NEED AND SETTING UP
AND DRIVING FORWARD CHARITIES
TO MEET IT.
From the early days of The Prince’s Trust in the mid-1970s,
his charitable interests have grown to represent a broad
range of areas including the Built Environment, the Arts,
Responsible Business and Enterprise, Young People,
Global Sustainability and Rural Affairs.
The Prince of Wales carries out dozens of engagements
every year in support of his charities. Collectively
The Prince’s Charities raise more than £100million
annually to transform lives and build sustainable
communities in the UK and overseas.
The Prince of Wales meets
In Kind Direct’s warehouse
staff in Telford, Shropshire.
The Prince of Wales meets
a student of the Royal
Drawing School.
YOUNG PEOPLE
The Prince’s Trust helps disadvantaged and vulnerable
young people to boost their confidence and skills and
move into work, education or training. www.princes-ti.org.uk
@PrincesTrust
The Prince’s Teaching Institute helps teachers rediscover their
love of their subject, inspiring them to teach with renewed passion
and supporting them to bring more enriching and challenging
material to all students, regardless of their background or ability.
@princesteaching
www.princes-trust.org.uk
THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT & THE ARTS
The Great Steward of Scotland’s Dumfries House Trust
works to deliver His Royal Highness’s vision for heritage led
regeneration, through education, employability and community
involvement, and is a hub for the work of The Prince’s
other major charities.
www.dumfries-house.org.uk
@Dumfries1754
The Prince’s Foundation for Building Community transforms
people’s lives by creating beautiful, harmonious and enduring
communities. It does this by educating people, enabling
projects and championing its principles.
www.princes-foundation.org
@PrincesFound
Turquoise Mountain Trust is rebuilding historic cities
and reviving traditional crafts to provide jobs, skills
and a renewed sense of pride to communities in Afghanistan,
Burma and Saudi Arabia. www.turquoisemountain.org
@TurquoiseMtn
RESPONSIBLE BUSINESS & ENTERPRISE
Business in the Community is the Prince’s Responsible
Business Network. Its members work together to tackle a
wide range of issues that are essential to building
a fairer society and a more sustainable future.
www.bitc.org.uk
@BITC
PRIME Cymru is the only organisation in Wales dedicated
to providing practical support to people aged 50 and over
who want to become and remain economically active
through employment or self-employment.
www.primecymru.co.uk
@PRIMECymru
In Kind Direct provides a unique service redistributing
donated goods from companies to a growing network
of UK charities and European affiliates.
www.inkinddirect.org
@inkinddirect
GLOBAL SUSTAINABILITY
The Royal Drawing School is dedicated to teaching
observational drawing; it offers a postgraduate scholarship
programme, a fine art foundation course, a drawing programme
for young artists aged 10-18, tutor training, and a public
programme of part-time courses.
www.royaldrawingschool.org
@RoyalDrawing
University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability
Leadership empowers business and policy leaders to
tackle critical global challenges such as climate change
and resource security through education, research,
and business-led action.
www.cisl.cam.ac.uk
@cisl_cambridge
The Prince’s School of Traditional Arts specialises in teaching,
researching, and promoting the practice and theory of the arts
and crafts of the world’s great traditions; it offers postgraduate
courses, short courses, research, lectures, study visits,
and international outreach projects.​
www.psta.org.uk
@Princesschool
The British Asian Trust maximises the impact of
philanthropy and expertise to make a difference to the
lives of poor people across South Asia by supporting
programmes in education, livelihoods and anti-trafficking.
www.britishasiantrust.org
@britishasiantst

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