• Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's fans are working on new charity projects to celebrate their birthdays
  • The Sussex Squad created the #InspiredByMeghan Scholarship to give young African women access to education
  • A royal expert suggested that Markle might opt for a road trip on her 39th birthday for a change of scenery 

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's fans called "Sussex Squad" are working on another charity project for them.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have a group of loyal supporters who regularly unite to celebrate their milestones through various charitable endeavors. They have started a new charity project for the duchess who will be turning 39 on Tuesday.

Dani Trin, a recent college graduate based in Portugal, helped create and oversee the Sussexes' fans’ latest campaign for Markle’s birthday on Aug. 4. They are also preparing one for Prince Harry's birthday on Sept. 15. They created scholarship opportunities dedicated to Markle and called it #InspiredByMeghan Scholarship. The squad is partnering with Campaign for Female Education also known as Camfed, a nonprofit organization that aims to eradicate poverty by educating African women, for their latest charity project, HuffPost reported.

The donations from the Sussex Squad members will support young African women through a year of technical and vocational training in the areas of nursing, engineering and journalism. As of July 31, the group already raised over $45,7000.

“We are uplifted by, and in awe of what they are doing,” the spokeswoman for Camfed told HuffPost. “The Sussex Squad has turned its inspiration into concrete action to make the world a better place.”

“With this #InspiredByMeghan fundraiser, the Squad has created a really purposeful movement for good on Twitter. It’s not only about being inspired, but also being inspiring. You can feel the passion, momentum, and the belonging this engenders, and we are really proud and energized to be part of it,” the spokeswoman added.

Trin explained that she chose the hashtag #inspiredbyMeghan because the duchess made her realized that "female education is one of the most single important areas to work on to better society."

The Sussex Squad started their charitable efforts for the Sussexes in 2018 when Markle was still expecting Archie. They launched the #GlobalSussexBabyShower and raised thousands of dollars for Camfed, WellChild and Mayhew.

They made another charity endeavor to celebrate Prince Harry's first Father's Day which they called #HappyFathersDayPrinceHarry and made another one on Archie's first birthday #ArchieDay.

In related news, royal correspondent Katie Nicholl suggested an idea on how Markle should celebrate her special day. The “Harry & Meghan” author said that Markle might opt for a road trip for a change of scenery especially that it’s a stressful time for the duchess, who is still facing a legal battle against Daily Mail.

Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex
Meghan, Duchess of Sussex attends the annual Remembrance Sunday memorial at The Cenotaph on Nov. 10, 2019, in London, England. Chris Jackson/Getty Images