As well as having established his own charities, Prince Harry is Patron of a number of different organisations that reflect his charitable interests.
Dolen Cymru has been working for over 20 years to promote friendship and understanding between the people of Wales and her twinned nation of Lesotho, in southern Africa.
The Prince is Dolen Cymru’s first Royal Patron, building on Prince Harry’s current involvement in Lesotho with his own charity Sentebale. Also working with an international focus, MapAction helps aid agencies by providing crucial situational mapping in the event of natural and humanitarian disasters.
MapAction teams have worked all over the world, including in Lesotho and in Sri Lanka following the Tsunami in 2005 and Haiti following the earthquake in 2010. Prince Harry became Patron of MapAction in March 2007.
In March 2007, Prince Harry also became the first Royal Patron of WellChild, the national charity caring for the individual needs of sick children as they deal with the consequences of serious illness and complex conditions.
In January 2008, The Duke of Cambridge and Prince Harry became Joint Patrons of the Henry Van Straubenzee Memorial Fund in memory of their friend, Henry Van Straubenzee.
Prince Harry is Vice Patron of the Rugby Football Union and Patron of the RFU’s Injured Players Foundation, which supports players who have been injured playing rugby at any level of the game in England. The Prince’s Vice Patronage builds on his regular attendance at Twickenham as a supporter and on his gap year experience spent working with the RFU in its community rugby programme.
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Patron (from 01/01/2013)
Patron (from 28/03/2007)
Henry Van Straubenzee Memorial Fund
Joint Patron (with Prince William, from 08/01/2009)
London Marathon Charitable Trust
Patron (from 2012)
Royal Patron (from 28/03/2007)
Rugby Football Union
Vice Patron (from 06/02/2010)
Rugby Football Union Injured Players Foundation
Patron (from 6/2/2010)
Rugby Football Union All Schools Programme
Patron (from 7/3/2013)
President (from 05/04/2012)
Patron (from 25/04/2006)
The Royal Foundation of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry
Patron (from 09/11/2009)
Patron (from 28/03/2007)
Holocaust Memorial Day 2015
Australia Day 2015
The Prince attends a meeting on Forests, climate change and development
The Jain Temple
The Duchess visits the Victory Services Club
#500words writing workshop
HRH in Sunderland
The Duchess of Cambridge in Kensington
Visit to the Fostering Network
The Clore Art Room
Coach Core graduation
Sue Ryder Hospice
HRH visits South Thames College
50th anniversary of the Cystic Fibrosis Trust
Prince Harry's photo blog
Reception for the Cystic Fibrosis Trust's 50th anniversary
Olympia Horse Show 2014
HRH visits the Syrian Orthodox Church
Engineering Your Future
Visit to the Beaver Scouts
Christmas Card 2014