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Success stories

Every day, our inspirational young people take the opportunity to change their lives for the better. We’re proud of the 870,000 young people whose lives we’ve touched over the past four decades. 

Why not take a few moments to read, share and celebrate with our real-life success stories? None of our work would be possible without our fantastic network of partners and supporters. Discover their key role in our success. 

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Mark Butler, from Cardiff, was struggling with his social skills and, as a result, finding it difficult to secure a job.

Abiola in a black and gold jersey that says Lola Sports, gesturing a number with his hand in a football filed with boys playing football in the background.

Abiola has been able to turn his business idea to reality with the help of The Prince’s Trust Enterprise programme

Alexander smiling with a display of his abstract paintings in the background

Alexander is a fine art artist that knew he wanted to make a living out of his art but didn’t know where to begin. .

Dominique in a punching pose dressed in all black with her logo in the background that spells Warrior

Before finding out about The Prince’s Trust, Dominique was just doing any job she could find. She took part in the Enterprise programme and now runs two businesses.

Onome Otite has her hair in a top bun and is wearing a yellow top smiling. She has her products in the background which have colorful African print

Onome was working as a freelance interior and prop stylist but she was finding the uncertainty of freelance work challenging and wanted to explore other options.

Scott at his tattoo parlour with a client in front of him holding a tool to create a design on the clients’ arm.

Scott from Burnley became mute after leaving secondary school. Taking part in the Enterprise programme gave him the tools he needed to start his tattoo parlour business.

Anissa Ben Marrou in the Gap store in Stockport

Young person

Anissa Ben Marrou from Stockport was struggling to find work, experiencing low confidence and facing a number of setbacks.

Naadirah

Young person

Naadirah, from Leicester, had her confidence eaten away by unemployment until a simple leaflet set her on a new path.

Joe working in the Gap store in Portsmouth

Young person

Joe, 23, from Portsmouth, was feeling lost and became stuck in a cycle playing video games and watching films all day, until The Prince's Trust.

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