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Harry and Meghan’s Archewell Delinquent Over Unpaid Fees

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Harry and Meghan’s Archewell Delinquent Over Unpaid Fees

Harry and Meghan’s Archewell Delinquent Over Unpaid Fees

Harry and Meghan’s Archewell , Delinquent Over Unpaid Fees.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex's charity is currently prohibited from raising money in California because it's been found delinquent in the state, NBC News reports.

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California Attorney General Rob Bonta was responsible for issuing the delinquency notice.

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According to the state of California, Archewell has yet to pay its yearly registration fees or submit an annual report.

A source familiar with the situation said that the foundation's check was lost in the mail, but another one has been sent out.

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The issue will likely be resolved in a matter of days, according to the source.

Meanwhile, Harry and Meghan have been in Nigeria supporting causes such as wounded veterans.

Meanwhile, Harry and Meghan have been in Nigeria supporting causes such as wounded veterans.

The Archewell Foundation was launched in 2020 after the couple stepped away from the royal family.

The foundation's mission is, "Show up, do good.".

We consciously partner with key organizations and leaders to identify immediate needs, build meaningful initiatives, and drive long-term change, Via the Archewell Foundation's website


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