He is giving $ 6.2 million to NHS Charities Together to create a foundation to support National Health Service workers and their families, according to a press release from the Westminster Foundation, describing the donations in British pounds.
“On behalf of my family and everyone at Grosvenor Estate, I would like to say a huge thank you to all of our incredible NHS staff and to all of those who provide essential front-line services. We are all very humble and incredibly grateful that you are working tirelessly to keep us safe and keep the country running, “Grosvenor said in a statement.
An additional $ 3.8 million will go to medical research and development on coronaviruses, and $ 2.5 million will go to charities and organizations that help people with the greatest economic and social impact. of the coronavirus pandemic.
“While the impact of this crisis is felt immediately, the virus will unfortunately affect people’s lives in the long term. This is why I want to support the longer-term scientific and socio-economic response to the epidemic. With these donations, my Foundation will work with a range of charities and fantastic organizations that are able to help vulnerable people in the difficult months to come, “he said in the statement.
In March, Grosvenor donated $ 3.1 million to charities that help provide food for families who normally depend on free school meals for their children.
The 29-year-old is ranked 102nd on the Bloomberg billionaire index and has a net worth of around $ 12.7 billion, the agency reports.
His family owns one of the largest private real estate companies in the world and owns some of the most exclusive and expensive properties in London.
Grosvenor was named one of Prince George’s seven godparents when the 6-year-old heir to the British throne was baptized in 2013.