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  • The Prince’s Trust works hard to support young people between the ages of 11-30 to realise their dreams, gain confidence, and achieve their goals. Whether they struggle to meet new people or find it difficult to approach employers, The Prince's Trust is on hand to help.
  • From enterprise programmes and mentoring support schemes to fundraising and research, The Prince's Trust ensure no young person, regardless of their background, misses out on opportunities to improve their lifestyle.
  • With financial difficulties and hardship making life challenging for young people in the U.K. today, The Prince's Trust works to develop a safe, nurturing, and encouraging environment to help everyone achieve their full potential.

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Learn more about The Prince’s Trust

The Prince's Trust ensures all young people have an opportunity to make a good start in life no matter what background they come from. Whether they’ve grown up in a low-income household or struggled with an abusive family dynamic, help is on hand to ensure all young people find what they need to succeed. From hosting employability masterclasses and fundraising lunches to supporting people as they begin a new job or apprenticeship, The Prince's Trust exists to make life easier for young people and get them off on the right foot when it comes to finding work or starting their studies.

How they support: From grants to business start-up advice

Whether you’ve always wanted to start your own business and earn money on your terms, or you like the idea of getting back to studying, there’s plenty of help on offer. Secure funding to learn and train in your chosen profession, or build your confidence with a Development Award, or discover the perfect course to get you where you need to go. Use the free contact number to get in touch, send an email, or start a live chat to get the process started.

Ways you can help: Donate monthly

If you’re able to donate monthly, here’s what your donation could cover:

  • £5: This could give a young person an online session with a support worker to develop their confidence, resilience and motivation to build a brighter future.
  • £10: This could provide a laptop for an unemployed young person who is struggling to make ends meet – allowing them to apply for jobs.
  • £25: This could help 5 young people have an hour-long session with a youth worker
  • £50: This could help a young person access the financial support they need to start a new business and find a new direction in life.

Other ways you can help: Donate one-time

If you can only afford to make a one time donation, that’s also extremely helpful. Here’s what your donation could cover:

  • £10: This could provide a young person with an employability mentor, enabling them to access life-changing career opportunities.
  • £20: This could provide 2 young people with much-needed advice via our helpline or online chat function
  • £50: This could give a young person an online session with a support worker to develop their confidence, resilience and motivation to build a brighter future.
  • £80: This could enrol an unemployed young person on an online course that helps them develop critical employability skills and re-engage with their community.


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