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The Princess of Wales Memorial Fund,

The Princess Of Wales Memorial Fund

The trustees of the Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Fund, made
the decision early on in the life of the organization, to ‘spend out’ the
money raised after Princess Diana’s death. Therefore it has not been
actively raising money for the last five years.

The reasons were:
They didn’t want the Fund to compete with other charities for the
public’s donations to charities.
They didn’t want the Fund to spend part of its money staffing a
fundraising department.
The amount of capital, although large, would not have generated
enough money to make a big difference to its target beneficiaries.
They wanted the charities it funds to be the best legacy for Diana.
Over the past ten years the Fund has given some 70 million pounds in
grants to 350 organizations in the UK and around the world. The
types of beneficiaries have been people affected by HIV/AIDS; people
with serious health problems; communities affected by landmines and
other post conflict issues; people needing counseling, in particular
bereavement counseling; families of offenders in prison; and young
refugees and asylum seekers.
Until it closed down, the Fund will focus on three areas. The trustees
thought that these would be the best way to continue Diana’s legacy of supporting the most disadvantaged people in the world, and in the
UK. In particular helping young vulnerable people, as well as courageously embracing unpopular or marginalized causes.

The three areas are:
1 - The Palliative Care Initiative
2 - The Refugee and Asylum Seekers Initiative
3 - The Partnership Initiative

The Fund will spread up to 10 million pounds on its Palliative Care
Initiative for people living with HIV/AIDS, cancer and other life-limiting
illnesses in nine countries English speaking countries in sub-Saharan Africa. It supports a number of hospices and centers that provide palliative care, and is working to change health policy in these
countries so that more resources are provided to deliver appropriate
treatment. In the centers supported by the Fund, palliative care
addresses the patient’s individual concerns, including his or her emotional, spiritual and family needs as well as the appropriate medical treatments.

The Fund will also spend 10 million pounds on the refugee and asylum
seekers initiative. This will fund organizations working in the UK to
encourage positive attitudes towards refugees and asylum seekers, support unaccompanied children, promote children’s rights and stop the detention of children.
Young people who are refugees and asylum seekers are among the
most vulnerable groups in the UK today. The Fund hopes to make
public opinion more positive towards this group and change policy
that currently makes it difficult for the rights of young refugee and
asylum seekers to be upheld

Partnership Initiative will provide 5 million pounds to partner organizations that will deliver the Fund’s goals. Currently it is working
with the Cluster Munitions Coalition to get cluster munitions
banned at an international treaty meeting in Oslo. It is also
involving the Prison Reform Trust to work towards changes in policy
and practice that prevent young offenders being held in prison or
other places of detention, and supports other more appropriate ways of dealing with these often vulnerable and disadvantaged youngsters.


The Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Fund
The First Floor
The County Hall
Westminster Bridge Road
London SE1 7PB
Tel: 020 7902 5500
Fax: 020 7902 5511






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