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Warren 02-01-2005 08:40 AM

Duke of Cambridge Charities and Patronages
 
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Arms of HRH The Duke of Cambridge

The Duke of Cambridge's Patronages
as at 3 May 2011


100 Women in Hedge Funds' Philanthropic Initiatives
Patron (from 1/1/2010)
Website

The British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA)
President (from 21/02/2010)
Website

Centrepoint
Patron (from 13/09/2005)
Website

The Child Bereavement Charity
Patron (from 12/03/2008)
Website

The English Schools’ Swimming Association (ESSA)

Patron (from 16/05/2007)
Website

The Foundation of the College of St. George
Vice President (from 22/08/2008)
Website

The Football Association
President (from 01/05/2006)
Website

Henry Van Straubenzee Memorial Fund

Joint Patron (with Prince Harry)
Website

The Honourable Society of the Middle Temple
Royal Master of the Bench (from 06/07/2009)
Website

HMS Alliance Conservation Appeal
Patron (from 10/06/2008)

Mountain Rescue (England and Wales)
Patron (from 16/05/2007)
Website

National Memorial Arboretum Future Foundations Appeal
Patron (from 24/04/2009)
Website

Queen Elizabeth II Fields Challenge (Fields in Trust)
Patron (from 07/06/2010)
Website

A Positive View 2010
Patron (from 15/09/2008)
Website

Royal Air Force Battle of Britain Memorial Flight
Patron (from 10/09/2008)
Website

The Royal Marsden Hospital
President (from 16/05/2007)
Website

The Royal Society
Fellow (from 02/07/2009)
Website

Skill Force
Patron (from 26/02/2009)
Website

The Tusk Trust
Patron (from 19/12/2005)
Website

The Welsh Rugby Union

Vice Royal Patron (from 04/02/2007)
Website

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Skydragon 10-26-2006 09:21 AM

William to help Welsh rugby

Prince William will become the Vice Royal Patron of the Welsh Rugby Union early next year.

http://www.itv.com/news/dab530137a62...cec13c977.html

BeatrixFan 10-26-2006 02:31 PM

Is this boy only going to do sports related work or is he actually going to do something worthwhile?

TonyaR 10-26-2006 02:47 PM

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Originally Posted by BeatrixFan
Is this boy only going to do sports related work or is he actually going to do something worthwhile?

:lol: He is rather heavy on the Patronage of Sporting organisations, but since this one is Welsh it might be a good thing after all. At least he is now the Patron of something connected to Wales!

HRH Kimetha 10-26-2006 10:07 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by BeatrixFan
Is this boy only going to do sports related work or is he actually going to do something worthwhile?

I guess boys will be boys--enthusiac about sports and more sports. It also sounds like he wants dibs on the best seats in the house and stadium and what better way to get them? :smile:

kpusa1981 10-26-2006 10:44 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by HRH Kimetha
I guess boys will be boys--enthusiac about sports and more sports. It also sounds like he wants dibs on the best seats in the house and stadium and what better way to get them? :smile:

As of Feb. '07 he will have four patronages. Two of them are charties Centrepoint and Tusk while two are sports related FA and WRU. I think he has only done anything with FA. Although I thought he might done something for Tusk.

HRH Kimetha 10-27-2006 12:23 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by kpusa1981
As of Feb. '07 he will have four patronages. Two of them are charties Centrepoint and Tusk while two are sports related FA and WRU. I think he has only done anything with FA. Although I thought he might done something for Tusk.

I think he did something with all his patronages, except for the Welsh. :smile:

kpusa1981 10-27-2006 03:23 AM

I think your right for Centrepoint it was no more than a photo op. The only reason has done much with FA is the World Cup was this year. WRU he hasn't done any thing with since he really hasn't taken it on yet.
What does everyone think of post #10 and this one?

TonyaR 10-27-2006 09:35 AM

It could be that Prince William will do more public activities for the charities that he is the Patron of when he takes up full time public duties at the end of his time in the military.

According to the CH announced schedule he will spend the next 3 years in different branches of the military (which counting 2006 will equal 4 years) and then take up his public duties while working as the official Ranger (?) for Windsor Park alongside his grandfather Prince Philip.

I'm sure he will take up his duties as Patron of all of his respective charities full-time at that point.

HRH Kimetha 10-27-2006 11:14 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by TonyaR
It could be that Prince William will do more public activities for the charities that he is the Patron of when he takes up full time public duties at the end of his time in the military. I'm sure he will take up his duties as Patron of all of his respective charities full-time at that point.


I believe that William is really interested in ecological and conservational projects and will focus a lot of effort outside of prying eyes. With the new opportunity of taking over his grandfather's role as Ranger in Windsor, he is beginning to show he took his studies in geography and what that part of that subject matter focused on in the importance of preservation and conservation. His other charities are for 'doing what's right' and for a little sporting fun.:smile:

Oppie 10-27-2006 11:36 AM

Quote:

I think your right for Centrepoint it was no more than a photo op. The only reason has done much with FA is the World Cup was this year. WRU he hasn't done any thing with since he really hasn't taken it on yet.
What does everyone think of post #10 and this one?
He worked at Centrepoint for a few days before he became patron, I don't know for how long though but it should be easy to find out. I don't know if he has done anything for Tusk Trust yet.

Has there been any official word on the ranger thing, I never saw anything official on that.

Florencia 09-16-2007 09:05 AM

William at the Millennium Stadium
Prince William (right) on his arrival at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff, for the Wales v Australia Rugby World Cup match, met by (left to right) Jean Louis Barthes - France 2007 Organising Committee, Claude Atcher - Tournament Director RWC Organising Committee, Bob Tuckey - Director RWC Organising Committee, Bill Beaumont - Vice Chairman IRB & Director RWC OC, Roger Lewis - Group Chief Executive WRU, David Pickering - Chariman WRU and Glanmor Griffiths - President WRU, and (to the left of William) Lord Lieutenant of South Glamorgan Norman Lloyd-Edwards. PRESS ASOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Saturday September 15, 2007. Photo credit should read: Barry Batchelor/PA Wire

Polfoto

CasiraghiTrio 09-16-2007 10:03 AM

Close up of Prince William at the Wales-Australia rugby (rex)
32-20 loss for Wales. :sad: Some Australians are very happy, though.
:ausflag:
BBC SPORT | Rugby Union | Welsh | Wales worry over Thomas & Parker

TonyaR 09-18-2007 09:29 AM

Prince William looks very handsome in this photo. http://i17.tinypic.com/66eol7l.jpg
I wish they had more pictures of his attendance, but I'm really happy that he went and supported Wales. As the Vice Patron, he should be visibly supportive, and that's exactly what he was. It was really good to see him present.

Ruffles 10-08-2007 10:19 PM

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Originally Posted by TonyaR (Post 668799)
Prince William looks very handsome in this photo. http://i17.tinypic.com/66eol7l.jpg
I wish they had more pictures of his attendance, but I'm really happy that he went and supported Wales. As the Vice Patron, he should be visibly supportive, and that's exactly what he was. It was really good to see him present.

Prince william looks handsome in every photo

ZandraRae 10-08-2007 11:30 PM

Oh, Ruffles, do we have another William fan among us? HaHa, don't worry, I'm a big fan too.

Redferns 10-12-2007 01:44 PM

WRU and SARFU launch Prince William Cup

WRU Vice Royal Patron Prince William has kindly agreed to the establishment of a new trophy in his name to celebrate 100 years of history between the rugby nations of Wales and South Africa

The inaugural Prince William Cup match will take place in Cardiff on Saturday November 24th, the only rugby union Test match between two nations to take place in this Rugby World Cup year during the traditional November window. The Prince William Cup will next be competed for during the two-Test Wales tour to South Africa in June, and again when South Africa return to Cardiff next November for more Test match rugby.

Prince William will attend next month’s match at the Millennium Stadium


Prince William Cup tickets are hot property

Tickets for the Wales v South Africa Prince William Cup match were snapped up by fans within minutes of being offered for sale to the public at midday today

Prince William, who is the Vice Royal Patron of the Welsh Rugby Union, will attend the game at the Millennium Stadium and a series of events will be staged in and around the Stadium to celebrate the launch of the Prince William Cup.

milla Ca 11-07-2007 04:23 PM

Prince William to become Patron of the 2008 Lord Mayor´s Appeal
7th November

Every year the Lord Mayor of the City of London chooses one or more charities to benefit from his appeal.

The Prince of Wales - Prince William to become Patron of the 2008 Lord Mayor's Appeal

CasiraghiTrio 11-10-2007 11:48 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by milla Ca (Post 689951)
Prince William to become Patron of the 2008 Lord Mayor´s Appeal
7th November

Every year the Lord Mayor of the City of London chooses one or more charities to benefit from his appeal.

The Prince of Wales - Prince William to become Patron of the 2008 Lord Mayor's Appeal

It is good for William's image and good for the charity appeal because it will bring his famous name to their benefit. However, William is somewhat surprising choice as patron for a "Wellbeing for Women" appeal. I would have thought maybe Sophie, or at least Camilla or Anne. A woman for the women, after all. But obviously Clarence House is trying to integrate William into more engagements and improve his image.... I'm glad. They need to improve his image from the damage he has done with all this club and Kate and paparazzi-victim stuff.... I hope they will continue with this tactic.

iceflower 05-02-2008 02:06 AM

Pics 1.5.2008
 
Prince William, Patron of the Lord Mayor's Appeal 2008, at
a Sporting Heroes Dinner in aid of Wellbeing of Women and
ORBIS at the Guildhall on May 1, 2008 in London, England

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