This is a new charity established by The Prince of Wales to take forward his charitable work in Romania. The Foundation develops a number of projects to support the architectural heritage preservation, farming and sustainable development of the country. The Prince of Wales's Foundation Romania is a subsidiary of The Prince of Wales's Charitable Foundation (UK).
What we do
Our aim is to bring skills to local communities through educational programmes including fabric courses. The Prince of Wales's Foundation Romania offers a range of hands-on courses from heritage restoration, to management and hygiene. In 2015, we delivered five heritage courses, four of which benefitting local people from rural areas. At the end of the course the participants received a Certificate, a complete set of tools and safety equipment which enable many of them to find new jobs.
Who we are
The Prince of Wales's Foundation Romania is governed by the Board of Trustees appointed by The Prince of Wales. Currently the Board of Trustees is formed of Andrew Wright, Paula Wilson and Count Tibor Kalnoky. The Executive Director is Romanian born Aura Woodward.
Where we work
The registered office of the charity is at The Prince's House in the UNESCO village of Viscri, Brasov County. Most of our training programmes, attended by people across Romania are based here. The heritage preservation courses are held on historic premises.