Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have marked their third wedding anniversary with a special announcement.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex shared a special message on their Archewell website on behalf of the charities they are working with – similar to what they did on Archie’s birthday earlier this month.
Instead of releasing a new photo to mark the milestone, the couple announced plans to build a new Community Relief Centre in India as part of the philanthropic partnership between Archewell Foundation and World Central Kitchen (WCK).
“The Mumbai location will be the third in a series of four Community Relief Centres that our organisations have committed to develop in regions of the world disproportionately affected by natural disaster,” they said in a statement.
They pointed out that construction had already been completed on a relief centre in Dominica, while the relief centre planned for Puerto Rico is in development.
“The purpose of these centres is to provide relief and resilience (as well as healing and strength) for the communities in which they’re based. During future crises, these centres can be quickly activated as emergency response kitchens—or vaccination sites—and through calmer times they can serve as food distribution hubs, schools, clinics, or community gathering spaces for families.”
Currently, the WCK teams in India are serving 20,000 fresh meals daily to frontline hospital workers and to COVID quarantine centres.
This article originally appeared on Over60.