In a effort to kept things organized this section features only Duchess Camilla's Animal patronages. You can find links to all of her patronages here.
Patron (September 2005 - Present)
Animal Care Trust is the registered charity of the Royal Veterinary College. The Charity provides funds for new equipment and buildings for the colleges. As well as fund research into new treatments and cure for animals and fund veterinary education.
The Queen Mum was previously Patron of Animal Care Trust (1982-2002?).
(Prince Phillip is patron of Royal Veterinary College, ?-Present)
Patron (March 2006 - Present)
Marwari Horse Society is a society dedicated to the protection, welfare, and promotion of the Marwari horse, a breed indigenous to Jodhpur, India.
President (November 2006 - Present) (renewed till 2021)
The Organization mainly works in Egypt, Jordan, Pakistan, India, Kenya, Afghanistan, Guatemala, Nepal, Senegal, Ethiopia and Nicaragua.
Princess Alia bint Al Hussein of Jordan is Patron.
Patron (November 2006 - Present)
Langford Trust is a charity in support of the University of Bristol School of Veterinary Science. Langford Trust helps fund clinical research, equipment and clinical facilities for the treatment and hospitalization of animals.
Shetland Pony Stud-Book Society
Patron (Janurary 2013 - Present)
Joint President with The Prince of Wales (September 2014 - Present)
Elephant Family is an animal conservation charity founded in 2002. Camilla's brother Mark Shand co-founded the charity. Elephant Family works to protect endangered Asian elephants, with conservation projects across Asia. The Charity works to secure elephant and wildlife habitats, reduce human-elephant conflicts and promotes education programs in the UK about these endangered elephants.
Camilla and Charles become Joint President of Elephant Family after the death of Camilla's brother Mark Shand, although they had supported the charity numerous times in the years previous.
Camilla's sister Annabelle, Sarah, Duchess of York, Princess Eugenie are all Patrons of the charity.
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