Procter & Gamble announced a partnership with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s Archewell Foundation.
The partnership will focus on gender equality, inclusive online spaces, and paralympic athletics.
Markle asked Procter & Gamble to change a commercial with sexist undertones when she was 11.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry just added another advocacy effort to their ever-growing list of philanthropic work: a partnership with Procter & Gamble.
The company, which touts household name personal and home care products ranging from Tide detergent to Pampers diapers, announced the partnership via Twitter on Tuesday.
Harry and Markle announced the partnership on their website.
“Archewell Foundation believes that with community, and through compassionate service to others, we can unleash systemic cultural change,” the couple wrote on their website. “In service of doing this, and building more compassionate communities, Archewell Foundation announced a multi-year global partnership today with Procter & Gamble.”
The multi-year partnership will focus on three areas of need, according to the announcement on the Archewell website: gender equality, inclusive online spaces, and “resilience and impact through sport.”
The organizations plan to build on philanthropic work they are already doing independently, as…