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In and out of care, Jared Kirby left school with no qualifications, was homeless and even spent time in prison. Fast forward to today, and Jared is working full-time in the hospitality sector and feeling optimistic about the future.
Influential supporters from across Central England came together for a special dinner in the House of Lords last night, to hear about the challenges facing young people.
Our partnership with London Luton Airport has supported more than 100 unemployed young people gain the skills and confidence they need to secure jobs.
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.
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.
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.
Young People from The Prince's Trust Fairbridge Programme are taking part in a natural horsemanship course with Kingdom Horse, a centre that works with horse understanding their language and the way they communicate.
Spencer Bloomfield of Yolo Food Company won the BQ West Midlands award and has been invited to compete for the BQ National Emerging Entrepreneur of the Year.
Her Majesty The Queen visited South Lynn Fire Station this week to meet some young people who have transformed their lives with help from The Prince's Trust.
Encouraging the development of essential IT skills, this new digital classroom promises to bring new confidence opportunities to Stoke's disadvantaged young people.