Prince's Trust News

Want to hear what's been going on at The Trust near you? Read the latest stories and updates from the regions and countries:

  • A group of unemployed young people in Bristol joined forces with local charities Paul’s Place and LinkAge to produce a radio show, as part of a Truth about Youth project.
  • The winners of the West Midlands Million Makers competition 2015, Dee Set, smashed their initial target, raising an incredible £18,539 to help support disadvantaged young people.
  • An event hosted by The Prince’s Trust and Invest Northern Ireland celebrated the achievements of disadvantaged local young people who have successfully set up in business.
  • Unemployed young people hoping to transform their lives can look forward to a bright future, thanks to the support of business leaders across the North East.
  • A team of graduates from Barratt Developments pitched to a Dragon’s Den style panel, as part of their Million Makers challenge this year, in a bid to secure seed-funding of £1,500.
  • We held our annual Red Dinner fundraising event at Clifton College last week, to help support unemployed young people in the South West.
  • A group of unemployed young people from Wrexham, aged 18 to 25, took part in a three week programme, to learn the skills needed to work in the care industry.
  • Scottish rugby legends Andy Nicol and Simon Taylor were on top form recently, as they helped raise money for disadvantaged young people at The Prince’s Trust Scotland Spring Ball at Prestonfiled House, Edinburgh.
  • A new course, titled ‘Paradise Kitchen’ recently launched at the Bristol Centre. The course aims to develop young people’s cooking skills and also help them progress onto a hospitality course.
  • Higgs & Sons, a law firm based in the Black Country, have raised over £27,000 for the Prince’s Trust in the past two years through a range of fundraising challenges.