Together, we supported over 60,000 young people (pdf, 3mb) during 2020/21.
The Prince’s Trust Group is a global network of charities founded by His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales. Our mission is to transform lives and build sustainable communities worldwide, with a particular focus on supporting young people into education, employment and enterprise.
Our network includes The Prince’s Trust in the UK, which was founded in 1976. Over the past 45 years, we have supported over one million young people in the UK to change their lives for the better.
Building on our deep foundations in the UK, we established Prince’s Trust International in 2015 to work with partners to support young people across the Commonwealth and beyond. Since then, we have also established Prince’s Trust Australia, Prince’s Trust New Zealand, Prince’s Trust Canada and Prince’s Trust USA.
During 2020/21, together with our partners we supported over 60,000 young people (pdf, 398kb) in 16 countries across the Commonwealth and beyond: Australia, Barbados, Canada, Ghana, Greece, India, Jamaica, Jordan, Kenya, Malaysia, Malta, New Zealand, Pakistan, Rwanda, Trinidad & Tobago and the United Kingdom. We also began our work in St Lucia and the USA.
His Highness The Aga Khan is the Global Founding Patron of The Prince’s Trust Group and HSBC is our Global Founding Corporate Partner. Through their incredible generosity and thanks to our other valued supporters, we are expanding our work to transform young lives and build stronger communities across the world.
US singer and songwriter, Lionel Richie, the founding Global Ambassador and Chairman of our Global Ambassador Group, is helping us to scale up our work around the world.
Edward Enninful OBE, Editor-in-chief of British Vogue, is also a Global Ambassador.
Propelled to action by her passion for plants, Kristin would transform the course of her life with one simple idea: a plant company. With this idea, her online and in-store business specialising in rare and tropical house plants, Sweetlife Flora, was born.
Ekalale Susan has always worked hard at school, seizing whatever opportunities have come her way. Two years ago, she joined an after-school leadership and entrepreneurship club, run by the Asante Africa Foundation.