PRINCE Harry is set to take part in a track day at Goodwood Motor Circuit to raise awareness for his charity the Royal Foundation Endeavour Fund.
His Royal Highness will meet injured service personnel including Endeavour Fund grantees and join them driving classic cars at the Chichester motor circuit on Saturday, February 15.
Prince Harry will also view an exhibition of Endeavour Fund projects and visit the Goodwood’s Boultbee Flight Academy to launch a scholarship for wounded ex-service personnel.
He will meet Battle of Britain RAF pilots, view a Spitfire in the hangar and meet Boultbee’s Spitfire instructors.
The Endeavour Fund was created by The Royal Foundation of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry in 2011.
It supports the recovery of wounded, injured and sick servicemen and women and works to make sure they have the opportunity to rediscover their self-belief and fighting spirit through physical challenges.
The charity offers seed funding for new endeavours and helping emerging initiatives with advice, hands-on support and mentoring.
So far The Endeavour Fund has supported over 300 wounded, injured and sick service personnel and has helped to support projects such as the Walking with the Wounded trek to the South Pole, Race to Recovery, Walk on Wales, Flying for Freedom and Fastnet Race.
The Foundation is using the track day to raise awareness of the Endeavour Fund, provide wounded injured and sick service personnel the opportunity to drive classic cars and to showcase some of the projects which have been supported by The Endeavour Fund.
Click here for more information about The Endeavour Fund