The Royal Family’s Trusts and Charities

The Royal Family’s Charitable Funds

Many members of The Royal Family have their own Charitable Funds, which do good works for a wide variety of excellent causes. On occasions Lord-Lieutenants and their Deputies are asked to assist these charities to disseminate information and publicise events, within their counties.

The Kent Lieutenancy charity links:

The Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme: for more information

Kent County Office:   Mr Norry Barber
County Co-ordinator, KCC
Tel No: 01580 720564

Princes Trust: for more information

Kent Representative:  Ms Rowan Pringle

Tel No: 07771 923167

Fields in Trust – [QEII Fields Challenge 2012]: for more information

Kent Representative: Mr Terry Housden
Regional Manager (South East of England and Northern Ireland)
Tel No: 0207 427 2115

Carers Trust: for more information


Important News

Queen Elizabeth II Silver Jubilee Trust

The Queen’s Silver Jubilee Trust, founded in 1977, exists to enable and encourage young people to help others. It can support projects in United Kingdom and across the Commonwealth, Channel Islands and Isle of Man.

After 50 years The Trustees have decided to liquidate £33million assets and distribute in grants, for which the Trust was originally conceived. Organisations who think they fulfil the requirements and want to apply for a grant can learn more about the Trust at

Or write to:

The Queen’s Silver Jubilee Trust,
The Old Chapel Room,
Buckingham Palace,
London SW1A 1AA

Registered Charity No: 272373

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