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Lunch with an Old Bag (LWOB) – our biggest fundraiser outside London – is looking for 100 Scottish businesses to each make a pledge of £1,000 which will directly support 100 young people in Scotland to get into work, education, enterprise or training.

As part of its centenary year, The Watches of Switzerland Group have partnered with Rolex to help support young people in the North East and across the UK.

The Prince’s Trust has launched a new two year partnership with Café Rouge.

Young people came together at an event in South London to discuss the positive contributions young people make to their communities and society.

The charities aim to support 390 young people through a new personal development programme

Pupils at Calderglen High are now qualified baristas after launching their own coffee shop providing hot drinks for parents’ nights, meetings and school events.

HRH The Prince of Wales met young people in Wigan today who are turning their lives around with help from his charity, The Prince’s Trust.

Andrew Jennings, has raised £60,000 to support our work following sales of his debut book 'Almost Is Not Good Enough'.

Pupils at Kilwinning Academy taking part in the Innovative Schools Project have launched a Credit Union, providing savings and loan facilities to the local community.

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