Members of the Royal Family have links with hundreds of charities, military associations, professional bodies and public service organisations. Some are well known, while others may be smaller bodies working in a very specialist area or on a local basis only.
Having a Royal patron or president provides vital publicity for the work of these organisations, and allows their enormous achievements and contributions to society to be recognised.
You can use this database to find the organisations with which members of the Royal Family are associated.
Action for ChildrenWebsite: www.actionforchildren.org.uk
Runs over 400 projects for some of the UK's most vulnerable and excluded children and young people.Region: UK-wideMembers of the Royal Family:The Duchess of Cambridge, Patron
Action on AddictionWebsite: www.actiononaddiction.org.uk
Action on Addiction is a charity which takes action to disarm addiction through research, prevention, treatment, family support, professional education and training.Region: UK (England)Members of the Royal Family:The Duchess of Cambridge, Patron
All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet ClubWebsite: www.wimbledon.com
Tennis club based in Wimbledon, London, which stages the annual Wimbledon tennis championships.Region: UK (England)Members of the Royal Family:The Duchess of Cambridge, Patron
The Duke of Kent, President
The Duke of Edinburgh, Honorary Life Member
The Duchess of Gloucester, Honorary Member
Anna Freud National Centre for Children and FamiliesWebsite: www.annafreud.org
Anna Freud Centre is a charity which transforms the experience of children, young people and their families with mental health issues by carrying out research, developing and offering services, teaching and training.Region: UK-wideMembers of the Royal Family:The Duchess of Cambridge, Patron
East Anglia's Children's HospicesWebsite: www.each.org.uk
East Anglia Children's Hospices (EACH) is a charity that supports families and cares for children and young people with life-threatening conditions across Cambridgeshire, Essex, Norfolk and Suffolk. They provide care and support wherever the family wishes (in families’ own homes, in hospital or at one of ther hospices in Ipswich, Milton and Quidenham).Region: UK (England)Members of the Royal Family:The Duchess of Cambridge, Royal Patron
Evelina London Children's HospitalWebsite: www.evelinalondon.nhs.uk
Evelina London cares for children and young people from across south London and south east England.
They offer a unique range of services from antenatal diagnosis through to childhood, into adolescence and on into adult life.
Children's services at Evelina London are mainly located in their state-of-the-art building alongside St Thomas' Hospital, but they also provide care to young patients in the community in Lambeth and Southwark.Region: UK (England)Members of the Royal Family:The Duchess of Cambridge, Patron
National Portrait GalleryWebsite: www.npg.org.uk
The National Portrait Gallery opened in 1896 and features portraits of the most famous people in British history.Region: UK-wideMembers of the Royal Family:The Duchess of Cambridge, Patron
Natural History MuseumWebsite: www.nhm.ac.uk
The Natural History Museum's vision is to advance their knowledge of the natural world, inspiring better care of our planet. The Museum's mission is to maintain and develop their collections, and use them to promote the discovery, understanding, responsible use and enjoyment of the natural world.Region: UK (England)Members of the Royal Family:The Duchess of Cambridge, Patron
Nursing Now campaignWebsite: nigelcrisp.com
The Nursing Now campaign aims to raise the status and profile of nursing. Run in collaboration with the World Health Organization and International Council of Nurses, Nursing Now seeks to empower nurses to take their place at the heart of tackling 21st Century health challenges.Region: InternationalMembers of the Royal Family:The Duchess of Cambridge, Patron
Place2Be works in schools providing early intervention mental health support, without stigmatising children, young people or families and at a point where they need it most.Region: UK-wideMembers of the Royal Family:The Duchess of Cambridge, Patron