Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are teaming up with a charity to help aid communities in need! As Entertainment Tonight mentions, the news broke on Wednesday that Harry and Meghan's nonprofit, Archewell Foundation, has begun their exciting new partnership with World Central Kitchen.

Harry and Meghan providing aid to Commonwealth countries

Harry and Meghan have chosen to continue their charity work despite the fact that they are now independent from the royal family. Last year, the couple announced several of the non-profit organizations they will be teaming up with through Archewell Foundation, one of which included Chef José Andres' World Central Kitchen.

As Entertainment Tonight shares, Harry and Meghan are helping the charity build relief centres intended to provide shelter for communities often affected by natural disasters. Archewell Foundation has already finished their first project in partnership with World Central Kitchen— building several community shelters in part of the Caribbean Commonwealth.


Harry and Meghan help give Dominica hurricane shelter

Harry and Meghan's partnership with the World Central Kitchen has allowed for a hurricane shelter to be built at a school in Dominica. As Entertainment Tonight mentions, the community centre is hopeful that there will be the opportunity for culinary training in the near future. This way, they would be able to cook mass quantities of food in an emergency situation!

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex recently appeared at a virtual event for Spotify, not long after stepping down from their roles as senior royals earlier this month. They also shared a message of their own in response to Queen Elizabeth II's initial statement about relinquishing their patronages. "We can all live a life of service," Harry and Meghan said. "Service is universal."