Prince Harry is at it again with his charitable works.
Like before, the charities he launched is aimed to benefit active servicemen and veterans.
His latest charity is named HeadFIT: it is a digital program designed specifically with Britain’s Defense community in mind, it will provide around-the-clock access to self-help tools meant to enhance the mood, drive, and confidence of the military community.
This is the first charity he launched after exiting as senior members of the Royal Family.
Among the tools being promoted in this endeavor are breathing exercises, body posture, and relaxation techniques that can be easily integrated into everyday life.
“HeadFIT has been almost three years in the making, and I am extremely grateful for everyone who has been on this journey with us. Everyone who has worked on it, to create what we have today, should be incredibly proud and excited for the impact it will have,” said the Duke of Sussex in a released statement.
“I’ve long believed the military community should lead the way for the rest of society. For too long we have been waiting for problems to arise and then reacting to them. HeadFIT is a proactive approach to mental fitness, focusing on our own potential to increase our performance, using proven methods in sport science,” he added.
Prince Harry has served in the British military for ten years.
Among his famous charity is the Invictus Games, which is a multi-sports event, created by Prince Harry were wounded, injured or sick armed services personnel and their associated veterans take part in nine sports including wheelchair basketball, sitting volleyball, and indoor rowing.