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850 community and charity reps to join Coronation

Words by Abi Scaife

King Charles III is cementing his charitable reputation by inviting 850 community and charity representatives to his coronation.

At Smiley News we have written about King Charles III's charitable giving before, and he's proving himself to be incredibly committed to giving back.

So who's going?

Over 450 British Empire Medallist (BEM) recipients will join the Coronation Service congregation in Westminster Abbey. Plus, 400 young charity representatives have been invited to a special private viewing of the Coronation Service.

British Empire Medals are only given to recognise the contribution of service to your community - so you can be sure all the attendees will have been in the trenches, giving back.

What charities will be represented?

So many! Some of the attendees will include representatives from Scouting, GirlGuiding UK, The Prince’s Trust, The Prince’s Foundation, Barnardo’s, The National Literacy Trust and so many other charities will be present.

It’s great to see the charities of our nation represented at such an important time.

If you want to make a charitable contribution in recognition of the coronation, consider donating to The Prince’s Trust, a youth charity set up by King Charles III himself.

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