The Prince of Wales is GQ Man of the Year
The Prince of Wales received the Editor’s Lifetime Achievement Award for Services to Philanthropy at the GQ Men of the Year Awards in London on 5th September 2018.
The award recognises almost 50 years of The Prince’s charitable work. It was presented to His Royal Highness by Dylan Jones, Editor of British GQ magazine.
The Prince of Wales is also founder and president of The Prince’s Trust and The Prince’s Foundation. The Prince of Wales’s Charitable Foundation (PWCF) along with His Royal Highnesses’ core charities, work across the world and the Commonwealth to raise more than £150 million annually. PWCF alone has awarded more than £70 million over the last 20 years to wide range of charitable causes. PWCF aims to transform lives and build sustainable communities through its grant-making programmes.
Dylan Jones, Editor of GQ said, “The Prince Of Wales has given his service to charities and philanthropic endeavours with such steadfast revolve, clarity of purpose and dedication to others, at home and on the world stage. We are particularly honoured to be able to dedicate The Prince Of Wales with this award during British GQ’s 30th anniversary this year.”