Fundraising & Events

Raising funds

The Prince Philip Trust Fund generates its income from interest on its investments and from the proceeds of fundraising events. We work with The Rotary Club of Windsor and Eton who support us in the delivery of these events.

How to raise funds

If you would like to find out more about how you can help to raise funds for The Prince Philip Trust Fund, please get in touch with Trust Secretary,

Chris Aitken
07803 851148

Our events

We run various fundraising events, including The Prince Philip Trust Fund Race Day at Ascot, various car rallies held within the grounds of Windsor Castle and Windsor Great Park, as well as other events throughout the year.

We also benefit from funds raised from the Windsor Half Marathon. These events all raise income for the Trust Fund, which is then distributed to causes around the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead.



£54K+ grant funding to help families in need, schools, community, sports and arts groups

May 2024: In a recent Board of Trustees meeting, chaired by HRH The Duke of Edinburgh, grants totalling £54,000 were given to a number of local projects that support residents in need across the Royal Borough. The meeting was followed by a fundraising dinner hosted by the outgoing Mayor of ...

Case Studies

On your bike!

How we are helping to get local residents cycling. The benefits of keeping fit and active throughout our lives cannot be overstated. It improves wellbeing, helps keep our waistlines in check and means we can enjoy a healthier lifestyle for longer. For the Prince Philip Trust Fund being ...


Windsor half marathon

Taking place every September, The Prince Philip Trust Fund is a Founding Charity for the Windsor Half Marathon having been involved since the event began in 1982. Described as the UK’s most picturesque half marathon, the race takes place in the magnificent surroundings of Windsor Great Park. The ...

Apply now

Find out if you are eligible to apply to The Prince Philip Trust Fund before downloading an application form.