Kate Middleton and Prince William want to help those on the frontline battling against coronavirus. And according to their website, they have a plan for exactly how they are going to do so.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge recently shared a statement on their Royal Foundation’s website, which included a loose plan for the next few weeks as well as a promise that the organization would help in whichever ways it can.
“The Royal Foundation of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will do all it can to support those on the frontline of responding to COVID-19 in the UK,” part of the statement read. “In the weeks ahead The Foundation will be:
- Working to connect our partners with those who are able to provide practical support to frontline responders and their families;
- Doing all we can to promote and support the charities that can play a part in helping responders and their families with their mental health needs;
- And playing our part in the national effort to thank and celebrate all those working on the frontline of this crisis.”
Although the royal couple is currently practicing social distancing at their country home in Norfolk, they have continuously shown their support and gratitude for essential workers and carried out their royal duties virtually.
Earlier this week, Queen Elizabeth named Prince William as Patron of the National Emergencies Trust (NET), an organization that works with charities to raise and distribute money and support victims at the time of a domestic disaster.
The Duke spoke at the launch of the National Emergencies Trust in November 2019 and kicked off its Coronavirus Appeal in March, which has since raised millions, according to a press release.
As for the plan, it sounds like a great one to us.