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Invest in Futures

Invest in Futures is the principal fundraising event of The Prince’s Trust, generating vital funds to get thousands of young people into jobs, education or training. 

Invest in Futures gala dinner

First set up in 2005, Invest in Futures has raised a life-changing figure of almost £21 million.

The impact of this initiative is astounding - over the years, supporters of the event have enabled The Trust to change the lives of almost 20,000 young people.

Invest in Futures 2017 saw stars and city influencers join together at The Savoy to raise an incredible £1.3 million for disadvantaged young people all across the United Kingdom. Hosted by Alexander Armstrong and Helen McCrory OBE, the 12th annual dinner included dazzling performances by Pixie Lott and the world renowned Jamie Cullum.

Guests were treated to auction lots such as meet and greets with Sir Elton John and Phil Collins and tea at The Ritz with Dominic West. As well as key supporters of The Prince’s Trust, the event was attended by Celebrity Ambassadors including Thierry Henry, Dame Joan Collins, Kelly Hoppen MBE and Jeremy Irons, with Damian Lewis making a special appearance on stage. This spectacular evening is certainly one that is not to be missed next year.

Invest in Futures 2018

For more information about 2018’s event please contact Katie Daley on 020 7543 1352 or at katie.daley@princes-trust.org.uk.

Over the years performers at Invest in Futures have included pop princess Kylie Minogue, Annie Lennox, Bryan Adams and Sting in locations such as Old Billingsgate, Buckingham Palace and the Natural History Museum. Other highlights of the evening have included celebrity compères such as Joanna Lumley, Hugh Dennis, Stephen Fry and Michael McIntyre. 

Invest in Futures committee

Invest in Futures is organised by The Prince’s Trust and supported by a committee of influential financial services executives and other key supporters.

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