The Prince’s Trust supports disadvantaged young people across Scotland.

The Prince's Trust in Scotland gives young people the practical and financial support they need to stabilise their lives. We help develop key skills, confidence and motivation, enabling young people to move into work, education or training. Read more about The Trust.

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Latest news

  • Glamorous ‘Lunch with an Old Bag’ raised a staggering £550,350 for disadvantaged young people in Scotland.
  • Sarah Thorne, 22, from Glasgow, recently shared her story to 400 of Scotland’s most influential women at ‘Lunch with an Old Bag’ fundraiser, which raised £550, 350 for disadvantaged young people at The Prince’s Trust Scotland. Sarah has been involved in The Trust for seven years and participated in its education and employability programmes. She is now a full time staff member at the youth charity. She stole the show at ‘Lunch with an Old Bag’, with her moving letter to her 14-year-old self.
  • Hold on to your handbags, ‘Lunch with an Old Bag’ is back! Find out all you need to know about The Prince’s Trust Scotland’s most glamorous fundraiser.
  • First Minister Nicola Sturgeon visited the new Samsung Digital Classroom at The Prince’s Trust Wolfson Glasgow Centre to mark its official switch on for young people in the city.
  • A group of young Scottish entrepreneurs have been recognised as part of the Young Entrepreneur Awards, run by The Prince’s Trust and communications giant, BT.
  • HRH meets young Scots at Arnold Clark’s GTG Training centre

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