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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

  • Deputy First Minister John Swinney visited The Prince's Trust new headquarters on Bridge Street in Glasgow to announce over £500,000 of support to help vulnerable young people get back into work, education or training.
  • Identical twin brothers, who set up their own large-scale projection business, are celebrating a boost from The Prince’s Trust and the BT Scotland Young Entrepreneurs scheme.
  • Dumfries and Galloway College reached a great milestone this month when they celebrated their 20th Prince’s Trust Team programme with a special Awards Ceremony.
  • A young woman who started her own natural skincare business is celebrating a boost thanks to support from The Prince’s Trust and the BT Scotland Young Entrepreneurs scheme.
  • The Prince's Trust and Samsung Celebrate Success Awards took place in Glasgow on Thursday 20th November
  • Our RBS 'West is Best' Million Makers group got into the Halloween spirit last week, dressing up to raise money to help vulnerable young people in Scotland.

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In 2012, The Prince’s Trust Scotland and sister charity, The Prince’s Scottish Youth Business Trust merged to provide comprehensive support to young people in Scotland under the name Youth Business Scotland.

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