Celebrity Ambassador news
The Prince’s Trust has some fantastic
Celebrity Ambassadors who are all committed to helping us raise
awareness of the work we do with young people, helping change young
Our Ambassadors get involved in a variety of ways, visiting
young people on our programmes, taking part in fundraising events,
supporting our campaigns or something simple like providing a quote
of support and a photo for us to use or tweeting for us.
Read about how our Celebrity Ambassadors have been helping us to
raise vital funds to make a difference:
Bloomberg recently hosted its second annual charity day which saw commissions from trades in the US and UK raise over $1,000,000 for a range of charities including The Prince’s Trust.
The Prince's Trust Energy for Youth dinner returned for the second time, with 300 representatives from the oil and gas industry attending the event and raising £155,000.
The Queens Park Rangers Manager linked up with The Prince’s Trust to answer questions from young people on the Get Started with Football course.
Prince's Trust Ambassadors joined Cunard on board Queen Victoria in Southamption, to celebrate the company's fundraising achievement of raising £1 million for The Trust.
To celebrate 25 years since the launch of British GQ, a collection of the 50 greatest photographs to appear in the magazine were auctioned, raising £150,000 for The Prince’s Trust.
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In partnership with The Care Leavers’ Foundation, The Prince’s Trust has hosted this year’s Annual Conference of National Care Leavers’ Week, chaired by Ambassador June Sarpong.
Everyone at NEW LOOK is getting behind this year’s Million Makers Challenge – a special Prince's Trust fundraising initiative to help change the lives of disadvantaged young people.
Star-studded event and gala dinner raises funds to change young lives.
Men's outfitter Hackett London has designed a new product capsule to raise money for The Prince’s Trust.
Unemployed young people in the North West have been given a helping hand, as The Prince’s Trust Polo Day raised more than £16,000 to help change young lives.
Tomorrow’s Store, supported by RBS, is entirely stocked by young entrepreneurs who have been helped by The Trust.
Prince’s Trust supporter will.i.am joined forces with the Science Museum in London to bring their innovative science workshops to Scottish schools.