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OBPC [1 record]

Record 1 2014-01-17


Subject field(s)
  • National Bodies and Committees (Canadian)
  • Sociology

The work of Prince's Charities Canada (PCC) is focused on The Prince of Wales's core interests which have been well-established in the UK for more than 30 years. These include improving the lives of disadvantaged youth, education, responsible business, improving the built environment, regeneration of heritage, environmental sustainability and support for the armed forces. PCC works with existing Canadian charities already connected to The Prince and facilitates new opportunities for charitable organizations in Canada and the U.K. to work together.


  • Organismes et comités nationaux canadiens
  • Sociologie

Les Œuvres de bienfaisance du prince de Galles au Canada (OBPC) orientent leurs activités vers les principaux domaines d'intérêt du prince Charles, bien établis au Royaume-Uni depuis plus de 30 ans, c'est-à-dire la cause des jeunes défavorisés, l'éducation, le commerce responsable, la restauration de l'environnement bâti, la revitalisation du patrimoine, le développement durable et le soutien des forces armées. Les OBPC travaillent avec les organisations caritatives auxquelles est déjà associé le prince et favorisent la création de partenariats entre les organisations du Canada et celles du Royaume-Uni.


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