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.
Age CymruWebsite: www.agecymru.org.uk
Exists to provide support and advice for elderly people in Wales. Created following the merger of Age Concern and Help the AgedRegion: UK (Wales)Members of the Royal Family:The Prince of Wales, Patron
Age UKWebsite: www.ageuk.org.uk
Exists to provide support and advice for elderly people. Created following the merger of Age Concern and Help the AgedRegion: UK (England)Members of the Royal Family:The Prince of Wales, Patron
Air Force Association of Australia ( The Royal Australian Air Force Association )Website: www.raafa.org.au
Looks after serving and ex-Service men and women of the Royal Australian Air Force.Region: AustraliaMembers of the Royal Family:The Duke of Edinburgh, Honorary Life Member
Air Force Association of CanadaWebsite: www.airforce.ca
Supports the Canadian Air Force and creates awareness of Canada's rich aeronautical tradition.Region: CanadaMembers of the Royal Family:Her Majesty The Queen, Patron
Air Reserve (of Canada)Website: www.airforce.forces.gc.ca
Voluntary unit of Canada's Air Force.Region: CanadaMembers of the Royal Family:Her Majesty The Queen, Air Commodore-in-Chief
Airlander ClubWebsite: www.royal.uk
.Region: UK (England)Members of the Royal Family:The Duke of Kent, Honorary President of the Airlander Club
Alderney Maritime TrustWebsite: www.alderneywreck.com
Trust established to protect an Elizabethan wreck discovered off the coast of Alderney.Region: UK (England)Members of the Royal Family:The Duke of York, Patron
Alexandra HouseWebsite: www.army.mod.uk
Object of the Trust is to provide childcare to Service and Ex-Service families. It offers a flexible, safe and nurturing environment that takes into account the specific needs of these children and families. The Charity aids to improve the lives of vulnerable young children by employing professionals to provide stability and other hight quality, continuity of care.Region: UK-wideMembers of the Royal Family:Princess Alexandra, Patron
Alexandra Rose CharityWebsite: www.alexandrarosechatities.org.uk
Operations are focused on promoting and assisting projects for the welfare and development of children and young people primarlity in the Greater London area through the Rose Voucher Scheme, whereby mothers on low incomes can be helped to feed their young children healthy food.Region: UK-wideMembers of the Royal Family:Princess Alexandra, President
Alfred Group of Hospitals ( Alfred Health )Website: www.alfred.org.au
Group of hospitals based in Victoria, Australia.Region: AustraliaMembers of the Royal Family:The Duke of Edinburgh, Patron In Chief