Details of how much Charles's charities have helped have been released as he marks 21 years of Duchy Originals products at a reception with the Duchess of Cornwall this Wednesday, and as he meets some of the thousands of people supported in recent years.
This week, he will host a reception for the global network of Youth Business International, officially open the Prince's Trust's new retail space in central London, and host a reception for the Prince's Initiative for Mature Enterprise, which helps entrepreneurs over 50
The Prince has been committed to helping young people into enterprise for decades. He established the Prince's Trust in 1976 when he was in his 20s, but it was not until the aftermath of the 1981 riots in Brixton and Toxteth that the charity began to help disadvantaged young people into self-employment.
Since then, Charles has established a number of other charities focused on creating entrepreneurs, providing business support, mentoring and training.
This month marks 21 years since the first Duchy Originals product, the oaten biscuit, went on sale. Since then it has expanded to 230 products with a proportion of profits going to charity and £11 million raised so far.