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Our focus on giving young people a greater stake in our society and economy means helping more young people. Find out how David and Molly Pyott are making a difference.

We are delighted that our social care partnership with CrossReach, which supports young people in gaining a career in the sector, won a prestigious award at the Scottish Social Services Awards 2019.

The creators of a new cinema by Largs Academy’s pupils were named the joint winners of the annual Sir Tom Hunter Enterprise Challenge.

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.

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

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.

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.

The Prince's Trust Scotland was proud to sponsor the Mental Health and Wellbeing award at Youthlink's National Youth Work Awards

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