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Today, RCE NEWS will be supporting Archwell. Archewell was set up by the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Harry and Megan.

Having watched the programme aired on the ITV on Monday (International Women’s Day) I felt I would look further into the forming of Archewell. And I’m sharing the foundation’s information with the hope of us as a Community learning more about the work being done. Focusing on the good rather than the negative.

Who is behind Archwell ?

The founding members are the Duke and Duchess of Sussex – Harry and Megan

Archewell is the organization founded by The Duke and Duchess of Sussex that currently includes:

Archewell Foundation

Archewell Audio

Archewell Productions

At Archewell, they unleash the power of compassion to drive systemic cultural change.

They do this through their non-profit work within Archewell Foundation 501(c)(3), in addition to creative activations through the business verticals of audio and production.

What Does Archwell mean ?

Arche (/rki/; Ancient Greek: ): (n.) - Greek word meaning “source of action”.

Well (/wel/): (n.) - a plentiful source or supply; a place we go to dig deep.

The Archewell Foundation

Archewell Foundation is an impact-driven non-profit created by The Duke and Duchess of Sussex. Our core purpose is to uplift and unite communities—local and global, online and offline—one act of compassion at a time.


The Loveland Foundation, a growing organization that focuses on providing affordable and accessible mental health resources to Black women and girls.

With a robust network of mental health partnerships across the country, Loveland's Therapy Fund knocks down financial barriers to high-quality services and resources. Together,

The Loveland Foundation and Archewell Foundation will continue their shared alignment of supporting marginalized communities.

The Loveland Foundation was established in 2018 by Rachel Cargle in response to her widely successful birthday wish fundraiser, Therapy for Black Women and Girls. Her enthusiastic social media community raised over $250,000, which made it possible for Black women and girls nationally to receive therapy support.

Rachel Gargle

Black women and girls deserve access to healing, and that healing will impact generations.


Archewell Foundation is establishing the Archewell Foundation Fund for the UCLA Centre for Critical Internet Inquiry, under the shared leadership of acclaimed researchers, professors, and authors Dr. Safiya Noble and Dr. Sarah T. Roberts. The Fund will support the goals and overall mission of C2i2: reimagining technology, championing racial and economic justice in the tech sector, and strengthening democracy through culture-making and public policy work.


Archewell Foundation and Chef José Andrés’ World Central Kitchen recently announced a joint philanthropic partnership in service of healing families and strengthening local communities around the world. As the anchor to the partnership, Archewell Foundation will be providing the financial commitment for World Central Kitchen to build four Community Relief Centres in regions disproportionately impacted by hunger, starting in the Commonwealth country of Dominica, and Puerto Rico.

These Centres will act as emergency service kitchens during times of high-need or disaster, and as food distribution hubs, schools, clinics, or safe community gathering zones during non-disaster times.


James R. Doty, MD is the Founder & Director of the Centre for Compassion and Altruism Research and Education (CCARE) at Stanford Medicine. Dr. Doty is a world-renowned expert on the neuroscience of compassion. Archewell Foundation supports the Centre’s mission for groundbreaking research and education on techniques for developing compassion and promoting altruism within individuals and society.

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