Prince Harry (37) and Duchess Meghan (41) He made several headlines for his commitment to philanthropy.
In 2020, they created The Archewell Foundation – a foundation that focuses on philanthropy as well as working with various media products.
Because of working with the Foundation, the Duke and Duchess entered last year time magazines List of the 100 most influential people in the world.
Now Harry and Meghan are receiving an award for their charitable work done through the foundation. Writes Welcome!.
The Duke and Duchess will receive the “Partner Organization Award”. They received the award because of the support they gave to Afghan refugees, as well as the couple’s “generous financial support” to Human First Collection.
The awards ceremony will take place in New York City, but neither Harry nor Meghan is expected to be present to receive the award.
During the award ceremony, traditional Afghan food will be served, as well as cultural and musical elements.
He wanted to do something meaningful
When it became known that Created by the Duke and Duchess Archewellthey said was because they wanted to “make something meaningful, something that meant something.”
The name of the organization may sound familiar. The firstborn is named Harry and Megan Archie.
“Before SussexRoyal came the idea of ’arche,’ which is the Greek word for ‘source of action.’ We connected this concept to the charity we once hoped to build, and it became the inspiration for our son’s name. To do something meaningful. Archewell is a name that combines An ancient word for strength and work, and a word that evokes the profound resources we must draw upon,” the Duke and Duchess said in an earlier statement.
SussexRoyal was the name of the Instagram account the couple used to promote their charitable engagement. This is no longer in use.
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