The Retail Leadership Group (RLG) is the
leading corporate social responsibility initiative for companies
and individuals from UK retailing.
The Group is dedicated to raising funds, support and awareness
for The Trust to reduce the number of disadvantaged young people
facing long-term unemployment and social exclusion.
The RLG’s aim is to become the principle high-level networking
forum in the retail sector, increasing support for The Prince’s
Trust and where possible providing opportunities for young people
in the work place. The RLG is a forum for decision makers from
leading companies in all areas of the retail industry, offering its
members a variety of unique networking opportunities.
The Prince’s Trust receives 10% of proceeds from a range of Waitrose Christmas cards.
The Prince’s Trust is delighted that one of Europe’s leading real estate and investment trust’s, British Land, have committed to support the Prince’s Trust for four more years.
New Look took this year’s Million Makers by storm; their team came third in the competition and raised over £100,000 for The Prince’s Trust.
Social Facilitators Kevin Garrett and Christina Bush are working with The Prince’s Trust to help grow support from the retail sector and enable The Trust to change even more young lives.
Everyone at NEW LOOK is getting behind this year’s Million Makers Challenge – a special Prince's Trust fundraising initiative to help change the lives of disadvantaged young people.
The Prince's Trust and Marks & Spencer work in partnership to deliver Make Your Mark, which will support over 1400 unemployed 16-25 year olds.
Duong Tran, 23, from Tottenham, took part in the Team Programme in North East London.
Marie, 24, from Aberdeen, became a single mother without warning and owed a lot of money. With support from the Get into Retail programme, she now has a full-time job with a fashion retailer.
Lucy Harris has accepted the challenge of leading the Retail & Consumer Leadership for the next two years.
Asda has announced that it has been trialing a training scheme in partnership with The Prince’s Trust to help disadvantaged young people back into work.