The Prince's Trust in the North of England
We work with thousands of young people across the North each year, providing them with the tools they need to succeed. And with six centres across the region, we’re well-placed to meet young people’s needs.
Our work in the North of England covers a large and diverse area, serviced by five centres and 13 offices strategically located in the North East, North West and Yorkshire and the Humber to meet the needs of thousands of young people each year.
From the ‘Lakes’ to the ‘Moors’, via some of the UK’s most vibrant cities, the North values and celebrates both heritage and innovation – and this is reflected in our range of programmes.
Whether you’re interested in developing your rural skills, pursuing a job in robotics or you simply have a desire to start your own fashion business, there’s something for everyone.
- To find out what's happening in the region, take a look at our latest North of England news and views
Supporting The Prince's Trust in the North of 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 North of England. We hold everything from clay pigeon shoots to glamorous balls, but most importantly of all, we're supporting young people in your area.
If you work for an organisation you think 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. You can also join our Leadership Groups in the North East, North West and Yorkshire – unique forums for business leaders who want to make a real difference to the lives of young people in their region.
We work with a wide range of local and national 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.