On the fourth day of the royal summer tour of Wales Prince Charles will meet volunteers from InKind Direct, a charity that redistributes surplus goods from manufacturers and retailers to charities across the UK.
The Prince of Wales will visit Swansea Community Farm, to see how InKind help them to save money by providing them with hi-visibility jackets, cleaning products, toiletries, children's books, coloured pencils and footballs.
InKind Direct was founded by HRH The Prince of Wales in 1996, and he is now the President of the charity.
It is day four of Prince Charles's trip to Wales. Here is a photographic snapshot of his visit so far.
Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall have visited St Asaph, Bodnant, RAF Valley and Aberystwyth on the first day of their tour.
Today, the first day of the Prince's annual summer visit, also will see him visit RAF Valley, St Asaph and the Conwy Valley.