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:
The Prince's Trust and Samsung Celebrate Success Awards have been touring the UK.
Oil and gas industry leaders united to raise £150,000 at the Energy for Youth dinner at The Savoy, which will help get vulnerable young people back into work, education or training.
Classical singer Russell Watson helped us raise more than £44,000 to support unemployed young people in the South West yesterday
Famous for using his culinary skills to influence people around the world as well as across the UK, celebrity chef Jamie Oliver gives his advice about running your own business
The renowned businessman and entrepreneur James Caan shares his advice on the perfect elevator pitch.
23 year old Entrepreneur Jamal Edwards shares his top tips for success in business.
Lulu performed her hits at the Eaton Park Gala Dinner last week, helping to raise £150,000 to support young people in the North West secure jobs.
The ‘Lunch With an Old Bag’ fundraising event returned to Edinburgh this month, with 400 movers and shakers from across the city, a number of celebrity guests and entertainment from The Overtones.
Prince's Trust Ambassador and Everton midfielder Leon Osman visited Parklands Learning Centre to meet young people who have been on a football programme with The Trust at Everton
Generous fans honour Benedict Cumberbatch's birthday by fundraising for The Prince's Trust.
Reality TV star, fashion boutique owner and model Sam Faiers joined a group of young people for a customising session, as part of a recent Get Started with Fashion programme.
The North East Charity Clay Shoot, hosted by Bond Dickinson, raised £35,000 for The Prince's Trust.