On Wednesday, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle celebrated their third anniversary in a slightly different way than usual. Instead of sharing a new photo or a memory from the past, the couple announced that they are continuing their partnership with World Central Kitchen, chef José Andrés’s disaster relief nonprofit. Amid a worsening coronavirus crisis in India, Archewell is helping to support a new Community Relief Center in Mumbai. Currently, World Central Kitchen is providing 20,000 meals a day in ten different cities in temporary kitchens, but the new development will be permanent.
“In support of India, Archewell Foundation and World Central Kitchen are focusing on the long-term needs of local communities,” read a statement on the Archewell website. “The Mumbai location will be the third in a series of four Community Relief Centers that our organizations have committed to develop in regions of the world disproportionately affected by natural disaster.”
Meghan and Harry announced the collaboration with World Central Kitchen, their first major charitable initiative since leaving the royal family, in December. Construction on a center in Domenica finished in February, and another in Puerto Rico is currently under development.
Originally published on VanityFair.com