Mel Morris, CBE
Individual philanthropists and grant-making trusts and foundations play a pivotal role in the work of The Prince's Trust to transform young people's lives for the better.
Young people today are facing extraordinary pressures. With your help, we can continue to work with hundreds of the UK's most vulnerable young people every day. To become a supporter of The Prince’s Trust, please contact us and we would be delighted to discuss how you can make a difference to young people’s lives.
Please contact Kat Farram, Director of Philanthropy on email - Kat.email@example.com
To become a supporter of The Prince's Trust is to become a catalyst for change in the lives of the young people who need it most. The long-term support of our Patrons means The Trust can make a sustainable difference to the futures of many young people and we are passionate about demonstrating the value of your support and bringing you closer to our work.
We value the bespoke nature of our relationships with our most significant supporters and work collaboratively to achieve the greatest impact possible for our young people. We provide detailed reporting on the impact of their giving every year, as well as opportunities to see our work in action and understand the significant difference that such giving makes to the lives of young people across the UK.
The Prince's Trust Endowment Fund
If we are to serve young people in the very long term, we need to create a more diversified funding base that will allow us to adapt to society's changing needs. Our endowment fund will create a bedrock of financial stability for The Prince's Trust.
The Prince's Trust Endowment fund will support our whole organisation, offering greater financial resilience that would enable us not only to grow, but to innovate in response to the changing needs of young people for generations to come.
John Booth, Chairman of The Prince's Trust say:
Just like our leading universities, The Prince's Trust now needs an endowment to ensure it has the resilience to serve young people in perpetuity. This could not be more important at a time when so many are existing in relative poverty and the most marginalised are ill-equipped to cope in a rapidly changing world.
Now more than ever, we need the support of friends to build a legacy of hope and opportunity for future generations. To find out more about our Endowment Fund, please contact our Senior Head of Philanthropy, Karis Eaglestone - firstname.lastname@example.org
Find out about the initiatives some of our major donors are involved in:
We are extremely lucky to have passionate groups who are committed to changing the lives of young people at The Prince’s Trust, helping them gain the skills needed to live, learn and earn. Below are links to several networks with specific objectives in supporting the next generation: