Archewell Foundation of Prince Harry and Meghan has entered into a multi-year partnership with multinational package goods company Procter & Gamble which is home to a roster of familiar brands like Olay, Pampers, Always, Fairy, Gillette and more. Its vast business portfolio includes baby, feminine and family care, beauty, fabric and home care, shaving products and healthcare.The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have some causes in common with the company and listed them as part of the partnership, including a homeless shelter for expectant mothers and work to engage men and boys in the drive for gender equity. The partnership would focus on gender equality, creating inclusive online spaces and “resilience and impact” through sport, the non-profit group said in a statement. The Foundation said: ‘As part of P&G’s sponsorship of Paralympic athletes, this partnership will leverage the platform of Para sport to increase visibility and inclusivity.’
Harry and Meghan also have been engaging in partnerships for social work. Archewell said in December it was partnering with the World Central Kitchen and its celebrity chef to feed the hungry in disaster-stricken areas around the world. The couple, who now live in California, asked for vaccine donations earlier this month to help provide COVID-19 vaccines to the world’s most vulnerable. The Duke is the co-creator and executive producer on The Me You Can’t See, a new programme with the US chat show host which will start next Friday.