Every day, our inspirational young people take the opportunity to change their lives for the better. We’re proud of the 825,000 young people whose lives we’ve touched over the past four decades.
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Lyn Thompson was supported by The Prince's Trust to set up her own greetings card business.
Boeing have supported The Prince’s Trust for over a decade; their support for the Achieve and Get Started programmes has helped fundamentally change the lives of hundreds of disadvantaged young people across the UK.
Dell EMC is a Platinum Patron of The Trust and has been part of the TLG since 2007. The company’s involvement spans multiple engagements.
Now in the third year of their partnership, Mappin & Webb have been busy offering life-changing experiences to young entrepreneurs
Amy, 20, from North Common, Bristol, suffered with anxiety to the point where she would shake with nerves if she had to leave the house.
Struggling with depression and taking drugs to fill a void, Daniel was unemployed and lacking direction in life.
When Katie was 18 she moved abroad with her boyfriend but after he tragically passed away, her world fell apart.
Struggling to cope with a series of events including coming out, a friend’s suicide and traumas from her past, Leanne, 26, from East London, started to suffer with severe depression.
L’Oréal Paris – which works with Prince’s Trust ambassador Dame Helen Mirren – has launched a three-year partnership to empower thousands of vulnerable young people to develop their confidence and self-worth.