On Monday 11th February His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales welcomed guests to Windsor Castle to celebrate the 5th anniversary of The British Asian Trust, a charity founded in 2007 by British Asian business leaders at the suggestion of The Prince of Wales.
Since its inception The Trust has worked with South Asian NGOs to touch the lives of one million disadvantaged people by tackling various issues including mental health, child abuse and providing business qualifications for illiterate rural women.
The Prince also announced the members of the British Asian Trust’s new in-country Advisory Councils including the Chairman of the India Advisory Council, Mr Mukesh Ambani, Managing Director and Chairman of Reliance Industries, the largest private sector firm in India. The Advisory Councils will provide the British Asian Trust with further in-country insight and further assist with their rigorous selection of future projects.
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