Read some of the latest news from our work
with corporate partners
Corporate partner Vivendi has so far this year enabled 27 young people from Plymouth and London to take part in our Get Started with Film courses.
More than 70 people from Health Education England and NHS Care Trusts from across the country joined The Prince's Trust for a Share and Learn forum last month.
Andrew Davies, CEO of Wates Group Limited, one of the largest privately owned construction companies, meets and inspires young people on The Prince’s Trust Team Programme in Newham.
Prince's Trust Supporters Hedley May have committed to raise over £100,000 for the Fairbridge programme by walking 270 miles over a six-year period.
44 Cognizant employees braved the three highest mountains in the UK over the weekend. They are set to raise over £26,000 to help young people turn their lives around.
Nate King recently undertook a work placement at Commerzbank. The team were so impressed with him that he has since been accepted onto the Vocational Trainee Scheme.
A former mentor of The Prince’s Trust, and Managing Director of leading eLearning company Synergy Learning, has become a corporate partner of the charity, as a result of a new CSR initiative - sl1%.
Employees from BGL Group have reached a landmark as 100 employees volunteer with The Trust delivering employability workshops to more than 100 young people.
165 Morgan Stanley employees took up their oars for the annual Dragon Boat Race in Canary Wharf. Team’s competed for the coveted Dragon Boat trophy and raised an incredible £94,645 for The Prince’s Trust.
Morgan Stanley recently hosted an exclusive technology workshop for young people on The Prince’s Trust Enterprise programme.