Prince Charles is to team up with superstar Beyoncé in an effort to raise money for the Prince’s Trust.
The American singer has revealed her UK tour dates will work to help raise money for Charles’ charity the Prince’s Trust.
During her concerts, Beyoncé will encourage her fans to make £3 donations to the charity as part of her #BeyGood campaign, which promotes communities and individuals to be kind to one another.
The Prince of Wales has enlisted the help of superstar Beyonce to help raise funds for the Prince’s Trust.
Concert-goers who take part in the campaign will be given a #BeyGood sticker and have the chance to upgrade their seats to an exclusive VIP area.
“As a young child I was blessed to have the support of my family who encouraged me to reach for my goals,” the former Destiny’s Child singer explained.
“So many young people don’t have this. I am honoured to partner the #BeyGood campaign with The Prince’s Trust to help young people beat the odds and create better lives for themselves.”
The tour dates, which hits the UK later this month, will help the charity continue the hard work they do every day.
Beyonce has said she is honoured to be teaming up with the Prince’s Trust.
The Trust, established in 1976, helps encourage young people who have been effected by addiction, unemployment, poverty, homelessness and bullying, to build the life they want, rather than the one they’ve ended up with that.
Speaking about the upcoming partnership, Martina Milbun, the Trust’s chief executive said: “It is up to us to help them get their lives back on track and the funds raised though the #BeyGood campaign will help us to do that.”
To find out more about the Prince’s Trust, visit their website here.
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I’m not a big Beyonce fan, but I commend her for using her notoriety to bring attention to worthy causes like the Prince’s Trust.
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