Other ways to support The Prince's Trust
We're always open to exploring new and interesting ways to work with potential partners.
What can you do?
Every company, big or small, has something special to offer vulnerable young people in the UK. Whether that's helping The Prince's Trust to save money by offering services in-kind or getting your employees donating personally, we would be delighted to talk to you about the different ways your company can get involved.
Gift-in-kind and Pro-bono support
We're always keen to explore options to do even more for the young people we help, whether by providing free travel, legal advice or advertising space.
Hewlett-Packard (HP) is a Gold Patron of The Prince’s Trust and has been a key partner since 2011, supporting through employee fundraising, volunteering and gifts in kind. Every year, over 200 employees from HP take part in our flagship cycling event, Palace to Palace, raising over £40,000. Alongside this, HP interns take on an annual fundraising challenge, raising £30,000 through a series of gruelling physical and entrepreneurial activities. In 2015 HP raised over £190,00 for The Prince's Trust through a gala ball, hosted by Prince’s Trust Ambassador Scott Mills.
Alongside employees’ heroic fundraising and volunteering efforts, HP is also having a huge impact on The Prince’s Trust through supporting with our IT infrastructure across the UK. The significant savings on hardware and data centre hosting are enabling us to direct more funds to vital frontline work.
Martin Hess, Vice President Sales at HP Enterprise
Our partnership with National Express Coaches features an exciting range of activities that provide incredible support to The Prince’s Trust and the young people we support. As well as free travel for Prince’s Trust Young Ambassadors, and discounted travel for young people supported by The Trust, National Express is the official travel partner of our flagship cycling event Palace to Palace, and their employees have inspired us with their incredible fundraising efforts.
Just £15 donated every month could provide a vulnerable 15-year-old with the support they need to stay in school and complete their education.