Recently, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex appeared in Los Angeles for a charity event. Prince Harry, 35, and Meghan Markle, 39, have volunteered for Baby2Baby, which provides daily necessities for children and families in need, such as diapers, wipes and clothing. The event took place at Dr. Owen Lloyd Knox Elementary School in South Los Angeles.

A source close to the Duke and Duchess said the couple handed out school supplies to families and helped children choose and try on new backpacks. Despite the 32-degree heat, Harry and Meghan were determined to help every child queuing in front of the school. The couple put on protective gloves and medical masks. Meghan chose for her release a blue and white striped mask from Royal Jelly, a New York brand founded by a black woman.

Baby2Baby is a non-profit organization led by Kelly Sawyer Patrickoff and Nora Weinstein. Over the past nine years, they have donated more than 100 million basic necessities to children living in homeless shelters, foster homes, hospitals and schools.

This charity is especially close to the couple. Instead of gifts in honor of the birth of their son Archie in May 2019, they asked loved ones to make donations to this organization.

On Monday, the couple spoke to young leaders at Queen’s Commonwealth Trust about the importance of online kindness. The Duchess also discussed the importance of voting when she joined the virtual When We All Vote Thursday hosted by Michelle Obama ahead of the November 3 U.S. presidential election