The Duchess of Cambridges’ Patronages

 

On this page you will find information on the charities that The Duchess of Cambridge supports!

 

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The Duchess of Cambridge became patron in 2011.

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The Royal Foundation of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and The Duke and Duchess of Sussex unites people to tackle some of today’s biggest challenges

 

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The Duchess of Cambridge became patron in January 2012.

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Action on Addiction is a UK-based charity that works with people affected by drug and alcohol addiction. It works in the areas of research, prevention, treatment, aftercare, as well as professional education and family support.

 

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The Duchess of Cambridge became patron in January 2012.

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Offers care and support for children and young people with life-threatening conditions and support families across Cambridgeshire, Essex, Norfolk and Suffolk.

 

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The Duchess of Cambridge became patron in January 2012.

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The National Portrait Gallery is an art gallery in London housing a collection of portraits of historically important.

 

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The Duchess of Cambridge became patron in January 2012.

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Place2Be provides emotional and therapeutic services in primary and secondary schools, building children’s resilience through talking, creative work and play.

 

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The Duchess of Cambridge became patron in April 2013.

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SportsAid is a UK charity that helps the next generation of British sport stars at the start of their careers when their parents are their only other means of support.

 

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The Duchess of Cambridge became patron in April 2013.

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The Natural History Museum in London is a natural history museum that exhibits a vast range of specimens from various segments of natural history.

 

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The Duchess of Cambridge became patron in October 2014.

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The 1851 Trust is a dynamic and innovative education charity committed to inspiring young people to become innovators of the future and stewards of the environment.

 

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The Duchess of Cambridge became patron in February 2016.

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The Anna Freud Centre is a child mental health research, training and treatment centre located in London, United Kingdom.

 

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The Duchess of Cambridge became patron in December 2016.

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The All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club is a private members’ club mainly known as the home of Wimbledon.

 

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The Duchess of Cambridge became patron in December 2016.

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The Lawn Tennis Association is the national governing body of tennis in Great Britain, the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man.

 

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The Duchess of Cambridge became patron in December 2016.

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Action for Children is a UK children’s charity committed to helping vulnerable children and young people, and their families, throughout the UK.

 

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The Duchess of Cambridge became patron in February 2018.

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Nursing Now, a three-year global campaign (2018-2020), aims to improve health by raising the profile and status of nursing worldwide

 

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The Duchess of Cambridge became patron in February 2018.

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The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists is professional association based in London, United Kingdom.

 

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The Duchess of Cambridge became patron in March 2018.

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The Victoria and Albert Museum in London is the world’s largest museum of applied and decorative arts and design, as well as sculpture, housing a permanent collection of over 2.27 million objects.

 

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The Duchess of Cambridge became patron in December 2018.

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Evelina London Children’s Hospital is a specialist NHS hospital in London. It is administratively a part of Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust and provides teaching hospital facilities for London South Bank University and King’s College London School of Medicine.

 

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The Duchess of Cambridge became patron in March 2018.

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The Foundling Museum in Brunswick Square, London tells the story of the Foundling Hospital, Britain’s first home for children at risk of abandonment.

 

 

All credit for information goes where credit is due. Special thanks to my friend, Emma.