Zero to Hero success stories
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27 employees from Camelot’s Global Business Services division took on The Prince’s Trust’s Zero to Hero challenge, raising an incredible £8,260 in just two and a half hours.
HP’s Enterprise Group EMEA Leadership Team raised an astonishing £16,600 for The Prince’s Trust in just three hours, pushing their entrepreneurial skills to the limit.
Ernst & Young raised a phenomenal £33,500 for The Prince's Trust during two days of truly entrepreneurial fundraising.
Graduates within the RBS Corporate and Institutional Banking division were challenged with raising money for Zero to Hero through starting a new business or providing a unique service.
The Red Paperclip Challenge saw Fujitsu interns transforming small red paperclips into money-can't-buy items, to raise funds for The Prince's Trust.
The Zero to Hero challengers from Vinci PLC organised a range of fundraising events, including an auction, a raffle, and a sponsored Three Peaks Challenge.
The Zero to Hero challengers from ARUP were tasked with seeing how far they could travel from their head office, and back again, on the same day.