Tuesday, 3 October 2017

Prince William's Official Patronages - Conservation

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In an effort to kept things organized this section features only Prince William's   Conservation patronages.  You can find links to all of his patronages here.

Tusk Trust
Patron (December 2005)

Tusk Trust is an African conservation charity based in the UK. The Charity has projects in over 18 African countries. The projects focus on conservation, community development, and environmental education.

Fields in Trust
Patron of Queen Elizabeth II Fields Challenge (2010-2012)
President (June 2013)

Fields in Trust seeks to protect and improve playing fields and other recreational spaces in the UK.

William took over the role as President of Fields in Trust in 2013, from his Grandfather, Prince Phillip. William was previously patron of one of the organization's programs, "The Queen Elizabeth II Fields Challenge," from 2010-2012.

The Queen is Patron of Fields in Trust.

United for Wildlife
President (September 2013)

United for Wildlife is a collaboration between the Royal Foundation of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry & 7 influential international conservation organizations (Conservation InternationalFauna & Flora InternationalInternational Union for Conservation of NatureThe Nature ConservancyWildlife Conservation SocietyWWF-UK; and Zoological Society of London.)

United for Wildlife is committed to reducing the demand for illegal wildlife products. The organization works with law enforcement and the private sector to reduce trafficking. Also well as engaging with young people on the topic of conservation. United for Wildlife also strives for better on-site protection for wildlife.

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