Africa: Delinquency Drama – Prince Harry, Meghan Markle’s Charity Sets the Record Straight

The Archewell Foundation, a charity founded by Britain’s Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, is no longer listed as delinquent.

A spokesperson for the organisation told E! News that the Archewell Foundation has been found compliant with California’s Registry of Charities and Fundraisers and that “all necessary paperwork had been filed by the Foundation without error or wrongdoing”.

The foundation was issued a delinquency notice letter on May 3 by State Attorney General Rob Bonta. The notice warned the charity that it could face fines or suspension if money was spent or funds were solicited.

The Independent reported that the mishap has been cleared and stemmed from a cheque sent by the foundation to state officials not being processed on time.

“After being in touch with our Registry of Charities and Fundraisers, the organisation is current and in good standing,” the state’s Attorney General’s Office told in a statement.

The news comes on the back of the royals’ three-day trip to Nigeria which included sports events, visits to educational facilities, and with military personnel.

The couple started the non-profit organisation in 2020 and the mission statement on the website reads: ” Our mission is simple: show up, do good. We meet the moment by showing up, taking action, and using our unparalleled spotlight to uplift and unite communities – local and global – through acts of service and compassion.”

The charity, named to honour their son, Prince Archie, was launched the same year the Sussexes moved to the US and decided to step back from senior royal duties.

Source link

Related Posts

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *