We are delighted to announce that The Prince's Trust 2017 Corporate Employee Awards, sponsored by Charles Tyrwhitt will be held at the St. Pancras Renaissance London Hotel on Wednesday 8th November.
The awards will recognise the fantastic achievements of our corporate partners and their employees. Our host for the evening will be BBC News Presenter, Simon McCoy, and a Prince’s Trust Young Ambassador will also be sharing their story about their Prince’s Trust journey.
We’ll be announcing the winning corporate partners on November 8th but wanted to shout out about the amazing work of the companies who have been shortlisted (and who will give the judges a tough job in choosing the eventual winners).
In 2017, staff from all of our corporate supporters have gone above and beyond to change more young lives than ever before.
Impressively, over 50 corporate partners have been shortlisted for the awards. These shortlisted partners have all driven exceptional fundraising campaigns, given their time to support young people and shown huge commitment to improving employability.
The shortlist categories
- HP Inc, Ricoh, Barclays, ISS, Capita and Wates
Going for Gold
- Deloitte, Interoute, LGT Vestra, Cala Homes, L'Oreal Paris, The White Company
All Round Hero (Small Companies)
- Dell EMC, Worldpay, ASOS Foundation, Cunard, Delta Airlines and Gap
All Round Hero (Large Companies)
- Accenture, Barclays, HSBC, NatWest, TKMaxx and HomeSense and Capita
Service to Young People (Small Companies)
- ARM, HPE, Oracle, Equiniti, Ricoh and Morgan Stanley
Service to Young People (Large Companies)
- CGI, Barclays, NatWest and Arup
Breaking Barriers: Mental Health
- Jagex, Royal Mail Group and Berkeley Foundation
Reaching Further Award
- Arvato, National Express, ASOS Foundation, Gap, L'Oreal Paris and Marks & Spencer
- Amazon Web Services, Capgemini, HCL, Barclays, Standard Life, Opera Global and Youth Foundation
- Jane Binney (HP Inc), Jem Collier-Garrity (Barclaycard), Hemma Varma (Marriott International), Emma Bartholomeau (ASOS), Cristina Munoz (Cunard) and Lucy Knight (Gap)