Giving back.helped for over 300 homeless Los Angeles residents.
The Duchess of Sussex, 41, teamed up with the Downtown Women’s Center ahead of the holiday on Thursday, November 24, to pack lunches for shelter residents. “DWC provides a wide range of resources to lower barriers and end homelessness for all women, including veterans and their families, women with serious physical and mental health problems, and survivors of domestic violence,” it said. read in a Friday, November 25 post shared via Archwell’s Meghan’s Web.
An accompanying photo showed the host of the “Archetypes” podcast cutting up a pumpkin pie and placing the pieces in to-go containers while dressed casually in a sweatshirt and baseball cap. The former actress, who also wore a COVID-19 prevention face mask and apron, worked alongside another volunteer to prepare the desserts for the meals.
Days after Thanksgiving, accessories brand Cuyana announced that Meghan will also be partnering with them for a Giving Tuesday event in collaboration with British charity Smart Works, which aims to help women job seekers. The brand will donate 500 bags to the organization to help in its mission to “deliver a work wardrobe” for “women who need help getting to work.”
Meghan, who is a patron of Smart Works, addressed the donation in a statement shared via the brand’s Instagram Story on Monday, November 28. “Smart Works invests in women so they know they can thrive in any workplace and Cuyana is a company that is by women, for women, so this feels like the perfect fit,” the Duchess said.
Last year, the author of Bench revealed that– especially . “I love to cook,” she said. in November 2021. “We’ll be home and just kick back and settle in. It’s our second Thanksgiving at home in California, so it’s going to be nice.”
The occasion also marked Meghan and‘s now 15 months, who arrived in June 2021. The California native and Duke of Sussex, 38, are also parents to a son. 3.
The Suits alumna and her husband moved to Montecito, California, after announcing their plans to step down as senior royals in January 2020. “We moved here for [the coronavirus] lockdown, exactly when things shut down, so we’ve been able to spend a lot of time at home and create our home, but I think it’s just the lifestyle and the weather is pretty good,” Meghan, 64, told the comedian. the couple’s home base at the time. “But we are happy.”