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The Prince's Trust in Northern Ireland

We work with thousands of young people aged 11 to 30 across Northern Ireland each year, providing them with the confidence and skills they need to get into training, education or work.

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Working across Northern Ireland we support over 8,500 young people aged 11 to 30 each year to develop the confidence and skills they need to live, learn and earn.
Our community-based teams work closely with hundreds of delivery partners to provide a variety of support and free courses to help young people develop the life-skills and motivation they need to succeed. Whether you’re interested in improving your employability skills, landing a new job or you want to start your own business, there’s something for everyone.
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Soraia Soames at the Celebrate Success awards
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From help getting a job, to starting a business, unlocking your potential, or getting funding to train and learn, a life-changing opportunity is waiting for you. Find out more about what we do.

Supporting The Prince's Trust in Northern Ireland

Our work in Northern Ireland is made possible by the support of generous individuals and organisations from both the public and private sectors.

Local support plays a crucial role in helping young people in Northern Ireland transform their lives. The skills, qualifications and experience they gain through The Prince’s Trust are for life, so your support is a real investment on building a better future at individual and community levels.

The work of The Prince’s Trust in Northern Ireland is supported by a local Advisory Committee, which develops strategic relationships that further our aims and mission, with an emphasis on income generation.

As of January 2020, The Prince’s Trust Northern Ireland Advisory Committee members include:

  • The Earl of Caledon KCVO (Chairman)
  • Ms Mary Madden CBE (Deputy Chair) 
  • Dr Trefor Campbell CBE
  • Ms Ellvena Graham OBE
  • Mrs Allyson McKimm
  • Mr Mukesh Sharma MBE DL

The Northern Ireland Advisory Committee carries out an important function, but it has no executive or non-executive responsibility for the management, operations or administration of The Trust. The governance of The Prince’s Trust is the responsibility of The Prince's Trust Council, which is its board of Trustees and chaired by John Booth who was appointed by His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales on 1st August 2018.

How you can help

There are many ways you can support our work and help more young people in Northern Ireland fulfil their potential.

This could be with a gift or financial pledge, by taking part in one of our events, nominating The Prince’s Trust as your company’s charity of the year or getting involved in our corporate volunteering programme.

If you’d like to find out more, our Partnerships team would love to hear from you – please contact Ruth Cooper, Senior Head of Partnerships in Northern Ireland by email ruth.cooper@princes-trust.org.uk for further information.

Volunteering opportunities
Volunteering opportunities

Interested in working with young people in Northern Ireland to get them back into work, education or training?

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Fundraising events
Fundraising opportunities

Whether you want to run a marathon or bake cakes, there’s plenty of ways you can support us in Northern Ireland.

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