Prince Charles of Britain on Friday launched fund for India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka. His role is Royal Founding Patron of the British Asian Trust. Prince Charles has recovered from the novel coronavirus last month. British Asian Community is playing a vital role in the response to the crisis. There are some wonderful works done by volunteers and local initiatives in temples, mosques and gurdwaras to support all members of all communities. These statements were said by Prince of Wales, in a video message.
He also said that I wanted to lend my support to the launch of an emergency appeal to help those who are suffering most across India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka. He said to handle the novel coronavirus pandemic the British Asian Trust is doing partnership with local organisations and governments. This partnership is increasing to support the daily basic needs of the poorest and the most vulnerable
Trust has set up an online donation system on its website. In this system the people can donate at least three pound either as a one-off donation or a monthly amount. In UK there are commitment and togetherness for communities. Trust is saying that the people who are coming from other countries in India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka need you.