The Prince of Wales's Charitable Fund

Founded in 1979 and incorporated in 2008, The Prince of Wales’s Charitable Fund (PWCF) supports the charitable work of His Royal Highness Charles Philip Arthur George Prince of Wales.

PWCF is a grant-making organisation that supports a wide range of causes. The primary areas of interest are the built environment, the arts, responsible business and enterprise, young people, global sustainability and rural affairs.

Highgrove Enterprises and Duchy Originals Limited are subsidiaries of The Prince of Wales's Charitable Fund. Profits generated by sales of 'Waitrose Duchy Organic' and Highgrove products, and from events and tours of the gardens at Highgrove, are donated to the Fund. This enables the Fund to support charitable causes and have a strategic impact for good.

In the last 25 years more than £7 million has been raised for The Prince of Wales’s Charitable Fund through events, tours, retail and catering at Highgrove.
Further details about the causes supported by The Prince of Wales’s Charitable Fund and Highgrove Enterprises are available at Small Grant Beneficiaries - The Prince of Wales's Charitable Fund.

HRH The Prince of Wales Patron of the Campaign for Wool

The Prince’s Trust comprises a network of charities in the UK, Australia, New Zealand and Canada

The Prince of Wales meets beneficiaries of The Prince of Wales's Fund Romania