Archewell, a non-profit foundation run by Prince Harry of the United Kingdom and his wife Meghan Markle (Meghan Markle), announced on Tuesday that it has established a multi-year global partnership with Procter & Gamble to build a “more compassionate community.”
The non-profit organization said in a statement, “The focus of the partnership will be gender equality, the creation of an inclusive Internet space and the possibility of recovering from difficulties through sports activities.”
Reuters wrote that Harry and Meghan are committed to social work.
Their foundation announced in December a partnership with chef Jose Andres, the non-profit World Central Kitchen non-profit association, which converted several of its famous restaurants into soup kitchens during the quarantine period to serve the hungry People in need.
Andres is the owner of several restaurants across the United States. In response to the aftermath of the Haiti earthquake, WCK was established in 2010 and has been working in disaster-stricken areas around the world ever since.
The couple left the UK last year and lived in California after resigning their royal duties last year. They requested a donation of vaccines in early May to help people in the world’s most vulnerable countries get the Covida 19 vaccine.
After being interviewed by Oprah Winfrey, Harry decided to collaborate with an influential American producer and presenter to produce a documentary series on mental health to provide Apple TV + Streaming services.