"Harry and Meghan's Archewell Foundation has released its 2020-22 'Impact Report' which reveals how in their first year of operation the non-profit raised $13million and distributed $3million in grants to multiple good causes.
The money raised by the Sussexes' charitable organization was spread across a variety of areas including vaccine equity, relief centers, refugee resettlement, as well as 'building a better online world'.
Their report, published Sunday, didn't specify exact totals, with royal expert Omid Scobie tweeting the numbers involved, before sharing a link to the report itself."
Helped procure 12.6 million COVID vaccines through their partnership with Global Citizen.
Rescued more than 7,400 people from war torn Afghanistan through a partnership with Human First Coalition.
Dished out 50,000 meals through a partnership with World Central Kitchen.
Developed a resource guide embracing 'positive masculinity' that's been accessed by 3,673 individuals
Built a playground for children of Uvalde, Texas after a gun massacre in a school last year killed 19 young children and two teachers
Helped fund 13 academic fellows to 'address society's most urgent concerns surrounding social media' at Harvard's Institute for Rebooting Social Media
The playground at Uvalde was funded and built by the City of Uvalde. The Covid vaccine numbers don't add up at all. Notice that exact amounts of money are not listed for each "project".
Archewell "made" $13 million in the first year and only donated $3 million? Did the $10 million remaining go into overhead/business expenses or into Harry and Meghan's pockets? Didn't Archewell report it's earnings for the first year, 2020 as only $50-55,000 to the IRS?
Anyway, this "report" smells to high heaven. Maybe that could be part of the reason for staff leaving in Dec. and Jan. also, they don't want to be associated with possible financial wrong doings.
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