Meghan Markle & Prince Harry join the VING Project, seeing grants given to US women experiencing financial hardship

Over the last few days, with Meghan and Harry safely back in America away from the hostile UK tabloids, we have seen the couple re-start the work that they had put on hold as a mark of respect during the official mourning period for the late Queen. The most recent piece of work, and in part inspired by Meghan’s Archetypes podcast, sees Meghan and Harry, through their Archewell Foundation, in a new charitable partnership with the VING Project

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The VING project is an American national movement aiming to inspire the next generation of givers. High School students aged between 14 and 18 can nominate an adult, not in their family, who is in need of an encouraging boost by surprising them with a $1,000 tax-free donation.

If the person that the student chose qualifies, the student gets to present the $1000.00 cheque to the recipient themselves, often capturing the moment on a short video. The project is currently limited to students and recipients who live in America. There is a simple nomination process.

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