Sussex Royal – The Foundation of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex

By Julia Napier

It’s official, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have announced the name of their foundation: Sussex Royal – The Foundation of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. Short name, “Sussex Royal,” which is also the name of their Instagram account. Sussex Royal Foundation is a private company, limited by guarantees. Basically, it is a non-profit organization that will produce income for community-based charitable or social objectives.

The official papers were filed on July 1, 2019. In addition to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, staff members include, Public Relations expert, Sara Latham, former Royal Foundation staff member, Natalie Campbell, and Attorney Gerrard Tyrrell. Ms. Latham’s impressive resume exhibits years of experience on both sides of the pond. Ms. Campbell, the former Director of Insight and Innovation of the Royal Foundation, worked closely with the Duchess and the women of the Hubb Community on the “Together” project, and spoke so eloquently on behalf of the project on the launch date

Mr. Tyrrell, a distinguished lawyer in the field of litigation with expertise in the disciplines of information protection, privacy and defamation. He is also a senior partner within a prestigious law firm.

The details of the Sussex Royal Foundation initiative, which will focus on the environment and community, is scheduled to be released in the autumn. The ink on the corporation papers have barely dried and The Walt Disney Company Protect the Pride (a global campaign designed to protect the diminishing lion population across Africa) has made a donation. That’s a true vote of confidence.

We’ve become accustomed to the energy and commitment the Duke and Duchess put into their work and with the addition of three powerful team members, we can’t wait for the rollout.

On behalf of the Meghanpedia team and supporters, congratulations and best wishes Sussex Royal – The Foundation of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.

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Last updated on September 4th, 2019