The Prince of Wales marked the second anniversary of the #iwill campaign this week, meeting young ambassadors and supporters at an event hosted by television presenter Susanna Reid.

Prince Charles speaking during a visit to the Step Up To Serve charity and the #iwill campaign
Prince Charles speaking during a visit to the Step Up To Serve charity and the #iwill campaign
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During the event at London’s Wayra Academy, His Royal Highness greeted young people from organisations such as Girl Guides, the Scouts and Model Westminster, who were taking part in charity Step Up To Serve’s social action #iwill campaign. Launched two years ago at Buckingham Palace, the campaign aims to increase the number of 10 to 20-year olds involved in social action.

The ambitious initiative hopes to get 1.5 million young people involved in volunteering, fundraising and campaigning in their communities by 2020.

The Prince of Wales, as Patron of Step Up To Serve, met 50 new ambassadors and watched a presentation including footage from activity from similar Step Up To Serve events taking place in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.

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