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.
Before coming to The Prince's Trust, Tskenya Fraser, from London struggled with her self-confidence.
Hansa left university after developing anxiety and depression and then found it difficult to secure a job until she found The Prince’s Trust.
Joanne Gale from London, is author and publisher of the children’s book series The Rare Monkey.
A group of young people volunteered time to raise awareness of the barriers to employment faced by young people due to hidden disabilities.
Communications agency Hotwire approached The Prince's Trust to find a diverse range of candidates to fill their job vacancies.
The Pride of Britain Award finalist, Ross Anderson aims to help change 100,000 lives by 2020.
Glasgow young person is shortlisted for Pride of Britain Award.
With no business experience and after difficulties working with temporary agencies, Anna didn’t know how to make her dream a reality.
Nathan always felt that his physical disability was holding him back before he enrolled on a Prince’s Trust personal development programme.