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Prince's Trust Young Ambassador, Sophie Ross, has been recognised for her achievements at NHS 24’s annual Spotlight Awards ceremony.

This year’s Lunch with an Old Bag charity event raised an astounding £760,000 to help change the lives of more than 760 young people supported by The Prince’s Trust Scotland, on Friday, 6 September.

Pupils at Leith Academy have launched a milkshake bar providing drinks for pupils, teachers and parents.

Young people’s charity The Prince’s Trust and diversified family-owned business The Denholm Group have announced a new partnership designed to create lasting change for young people.

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.

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