Working across Central England, from Herefordshire to Norfolk and Essex to Staffordshire, we support over 10,000 young people each year.
With 10 offices in the region, all of our programmes help young people to develop the basic life skills and motivation they need to succeed in jobs, education and training. To make this happen, we create partnerships in particular sectors to ensure young people develop specific employability skills, such as customer services, retail, construction and logistics.
To find out what's happening in the region, take a look at our Central England news and views.
Those four weeks on the course were probably the happiest moments of my life. I would've done another four just for the joy of it.
Seeing the difference in the young people when they finish Team, compared to where they were when they first come through the doors, is amazing.
Supporting The Prince's Trust in Central England
Whether you'd like to support us with a gift, run your own event, take part in one of ours or spread the message about work we're doing in your area there are plenty of ways you can get involved with The Prince's Trust in the Central region.
We're proud of the corporate partners that financially support us to deliver programmes, and the people who volunteer their time to help young people. Our supporters also run fundraising events on our behalf, and most importantly of all, help us to help young people in your area.
If you work for an organisation that might want to get involved with The Prince's Trust, we want to hear from you. Whether it's a strategic partnership, commissioning or an employee engagement opportunity you're interested in, your organisation could support hundreds of young people in your area.
We work with a wide range of local and national public sector bodies supporting young people in communities like yours. We’re committed to offering value for money often with an opportunity to bring in matched funding to support programme delivery.
Interested in working with young people in Central England to get them back into work, education or training?
Whether you want to climb Mount Everest or bake cakes, there’s plenty of ways you can support us in Central England.