Mosaic Patrons thanked at Clarence House
Categories: Global, London
Posted: Monday 7 October 2013
Mosaic Patrons, Associates and other Senior supporters were treated to a special private tour of Clarence House, the official London residence of Mosaic’s founder HRH The Prince of Wales, on 1st October.
A small group of our leading supporters had a rare opportunity to see behind the scenes at Clarence House and to learn of the fascinating history of this historic Royal building. At the event, guests heard from William Nye, Principal Private Secretary to HRH The Prince of Wales, who thanked Mosaic’s supporters for all of their hard work and paid tribute, on behalf of The Prince, to their generosity.
Mr Nye made clear the importance The Prince attached to Mosaic’s work, and the value he places in all of those who give their time and support to help ensure Mosaic continues to support young people in our most disadvantaged communities.
On behalf of the Mosaic Board, Board member Shabir Randeree CBE presented certificates to those Patrons who attended the event to recognise their generous support.