Meghan Markle, Prince Harry Show ‘Service Is Universal’ With Texas Storm Relief

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry lent their assist over the weekend to a girls’s shelter devastated by storms in Texas, following a week of major announcements from the royal couple.

Through their nonprofit Archewell Foundation, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex supplied aid to Genesis Women’s Shelter & Support, a corporation that helps households affected by home violence. The Dallas shelter had skilled important flooding amid the state’s rolling energy outages.

“The Duke and Duchess mentioned to the Genesis workforce in the present day that their hearts stay with the group, with the households Genesis serves, and with the volunteers and staff on the bottom who selflessly present care and assist to these in want,” a spokesperson for the Sussexes shared with HuffPost, including that the couple was “heartbroken to see communities throughout Texas nonetheless struggling to entry the very fundamental sources all of us want — water, warmth, meals, shelter.” 

Meghan and Harry’s donation will assist the group with instant wants, roof harm and extra repairs at a transitional housing facility known as Annie’s House. 

Jan Langbein, CEO of Genesis Women’s Shelter & Support, spoke concerning the royals’ involvement in a press release Sunday. “Not solely will this present present for our crucial wants,” she mentioned, “it shines a world highlight on violence in opposition to girls and youngsters, letting survivors know that they aren’t alone.” 

Just days earlier, Buckingham Palace confirmed that the Sussexes won’t return as working royals. In a seemingly pointed assertion on Friday, the palace mentioned that Queen Elizabeth had “written confirming that in stepping away from the work of the Royal Family it isn’t doable to proceed with the obligations and duties that include a lifetime of public service.” 

Meghan and Harry answered the queen’s declaration shortly after with a press release of their very own.

“As evidenced by their work over the previous 12 months, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex stay dedicated to their responsibility and repair to the UK and around the globe, and have provided their continued assist to the organisations they’ve represented no matter official position,” a spokesperson for the couple shared with HuffPost. “We can all stay a lifetime of service. Service is common.”

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