Thankful Man Tells Prince Charles Turned His Life Around: “I Had To Leave My Family To Give Myself A Better Chance”

Date July 9, 2018

Prince Charles’ charity activities helped thousands of people all over the world. The Prince’s Trust was founded back in 1976, and since that time helped more than 800,000 people in the UK only.


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During his tour in Wales, Prince Charles met a person who really inspired him for further actions. The 26-year-old Luke Ripley, who is learning rural skills with the help of Prince Charles’ projects, claims the royal family is changing people’s lives.

The project is run by the Prince’s Trust and the Brecon Beacons National Park in Wales.


Luke Ripley has changed completely. He said:

I had to leave my family to give myself a better chance. This has helped me. It’s moving me forward. I’m getting tired from a full day and getting a good sleep.


Luke has also added Prince Charles is doing a great job within the Trust’s activities:

He had been through hard times and he has learned you have to give people a chance and they will do good.


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Prince Charles is really satisfied with the results and hopes he will further continue to change people’s lives for better.

The fact that the Prince’s Trust can be a part of this in the personal development and in producing what I can only describe as oven-ready apprentices is very important.


The Prince's Charities is located in the United Kingdom and includes 19 organizations which Prince Charles is patron or president of. Prince of Wales’ charity activities are focused on such spheres as aiding disadvantaged youth, education, responsible business, improvement of the built environment, regeneration of heritage, environmental sustainability, and many more.



The Prince’s Trust has improved so many lives already. Good job!

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