The Duke of Cambridges’ Patronages

 

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

 

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The Duke of Cambridge became patron in September 2005

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Centrepoint provides housing and support for young people in London, Manchester, Yorkshire and the North East and through partnerships all over the UK. They aim to give homeless young people a future and we want to end youth homelessness.

 

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The Duke of Cambridge became patron in December 2005

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Tusk’s mission is to amplify the impact of progressive conservation initiatives across Africa.

 

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The Duke of Cambridge became President in May 2006.

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The Football Association is the governing body of association football in England, the Crown dependencies of Jersey, Guernsey, and the Isle of Man.

 

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The Duke of Cambridge became Patron in February 2007.

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The Welsh Rugby Union is the governing body of rugby union in the country of Wales.

 

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The Duke of Cambridge became Patron in May 2007.

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The English Schools’  Swimming Association exists to encourage school children to learn to swim and compete at several levels, for their school, their district, and their country.

 

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The Duke of Cambridge became Patron in May 2007.

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Mountain Rescue in England and Wales provides a land based search and rescue service in support of the statutory emergency services, all year round, all weathers, 24 hours a day.

 

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The Duke of Cambridge became President in May 2007.

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The Royal Marsden Hospital is a specialist cancer treatment hospital in London.

 

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The Duke of Cambridge became Patron in 2008.

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The Battle of Britain Memorial Flight is a Royal Air Force flight which provides an aerial display group usually comprising an Avro Lancaster, a Supermarine Spitfire and a Hawker Hurricane.

 

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The Duke of Cambridge became Vice-President in June 2008.

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The Foundation was set up to enable the central coordination and administration of charitable gifts for the maintenance and development of the College of St George.

 

 

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The Duke of Cambridge became Patron in 2009

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

 

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The Duke of Cambridge became Patron in January 2009

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The Henry van Straubenzee Memorial Fund is a small non-governmental UK registered charity, which aims to fight poverty in Uganda through education.

 

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The Duke of Cambridge became Patron in February 2009

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SkillForce is a national education charity, leading the way in how character and resilience is taught and delivered in schools. Since its inception, SkillForce has helped tens of thousands of young people turn their lives around and, through doing so, realise their potential and become responsible citizens.

 

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The Duke of Cambridge became Patron in March 2009.

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Child Bereavement UK supports families and educates professionals when a baby or child of any age dies or is dying, or when a child is facing bereavement.

 

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The Duke of Cambridge became Patron in April 2009.

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A fundraising campaign to transform The National Memorial Arboretum facilities for the increasing number of visitors.

 

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The Duke of Cambridge became President in February 2010.

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The British Academy of Film and Television Arts is an independent charity that supports, develops and promotes the art forms of the moving image in the United Kingdom

 

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The Duke of Cambridge became Patront in June 2012.

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The Welsh Rugby Charitable Trust supports severely injured players from Wales.

 

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The Duke of Cambridge became President in June 2013.

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Fields in Trust champions and supports parks and green spaces by protecting them for people to enjoy in perpetuity.

 

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The Duke of Cambridge became President in September 2013.

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United for Wildlife are fighting to save endangered species like Elephants, Rhinos, Tigers and Pangolins, so they can share our world with future generations.

 

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The Duke of Cambridge became President in May 2014.

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The British Sub-Aqua Club provides recreational diving services, training and advocacy.

 

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The Duke of Cambridge became Patron in 2015.

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Centre of excellence for clinical rehabilitation to ensure that the outstanding work of Headley Court (the existing Defence Medical Rehabilitation Centre in Surrey) was able to continue in a new 21st Century bespoke facility.

 

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The Duke of Cambridge became Patron in October 2016.

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The Thin Red Line Appeal preserves the legacy of The Argylls by supporting the redevelopment of the Regimental Museum.

 

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The Duke of Cambridge became Patron in October 2016.

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The Amateur Swimming Association is the first sport governing body of swimming to be established in the world and today remains the English national governing body for swimming, diving, water polo, open water swimming, and synchronised swimming.

 

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The Duke of Cambridge became Patron in December 2016.

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The Royal African Society of the United Kingdom was founded in 1901 to promote relations between the United Kingdom and Africa.

 

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The Duke of Cambridge became Patron in January 2017.

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The Metropolitan and City Police Orphan Fund supports the children of serving and former officers of the Metropolitan Police and the City of London Police who subscribed to the Fund whilst serving and who are either deceased or retired on pension and are so incapacitated as to be unable to contribute materially to the family upkeep.

 

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The Duke of Cambridge became Patron in September 2017.

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The 2018 International Business Festival was the biggest business event of the year.

 

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The Duke of Cambridge became Patron in January 2019.

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Celebrating 30 years of the London Air Ambulance Charity saving the lives of critically-injured people through rapid response and cutting-edge medical care.

 

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The Duke of Cambridge became Patron in February 2019.

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The Passage is London’s largest voluntary sector day centre for homeless and vulnerable people helping over 200 people every day to access diverse services, including primary services, housing and welfare advice, health services and employment and training services.

 

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