Partnership Awards Shortlist 2018
Previously known as our Corporate Employee Awards, our Prince's Trust Partnership Awards celebrate our corporate partners and the employees who have gone above and beyond to support The Prince's Trust.
We are delighted to reveal our amazing partners who have been shortlisted. Our nominated partners have truly gone the extra mile to empower young people with the skills and confidence to live, learn and earn. We can’t wait to celebrate with all of our inspiring partners at our Partnership Awards on Wednesday 7th November 2018.
Shortlist for The Prince's Trust Partnership Awards 2018:
- The People Power Award (Companies under 5,000 UK Employees)
- The People Power Award (Companies over 5,000 UK Employees)
- The Breaking Barriers Award
- All Round Hero Award (Companies under 5,000 UK Employees)
- All Round Hero Award (Companies over 5,000 UK Employees)
- Reaching Further Award
- Going for Gold Award
- Service to Young People Award (Companies under 5,000 UK Employees)
- Service to Young People Award (Companies over 5,000 UK Employees)
- Working Together Award
- Outstanding Individual Award
- Innovation Award
- Blazing Saddles Award (Companies under 5,000 UK Employees)
- Blazing Saddles Award (Companies over 5,000 UK Employees)
The People Power Award
The People Power Award recognises a company’s contribution to employee engagement.
The Breaking Barriers Award recognises the company who is going above and beyond in bringing young people into their business.
House of Fraser
Marks and Spencer
All Round Hero Award
These two awards recognise the overall achievements of a company.
Deloitte London Consulting
The White Company
TK Maxx & Homesense
The Reaching Further Award recognises the company with the most collaborative approach to their partnership, who is working across 2 or more sites.
Delta Air Lines
Marks and Spencer
The Going for Gold Award recognises a company within the first two years of working together who are rapidly growing the partnership.
Amazon Web Services
Service to Young People Award
These two awards recognises the companies that have contributed the most to corporate volunteering.
The Working Together Award recognises the company who has best collaborated with another organisation or organisations as part of their partnership with The Prince’s Trust.
The Outstanding Individual Award recognises an individual who has shown outstanding support to The Trust, going the extra mile to make the partnership great.
Ali Stripling, Arm
Vicky Ogden, Ascential
Seani Armitage, ASOS Foundation
Ross McArthur, Cala Homes
Sarah Mortimer, Charles Tyrwhitt
Tricia Rumola, Delta Air Lines
Sarah Kermode, Gap
Lisa Davies, House of Fraser
Lauren Peace, Joules
Rosie Johnson, Joules
Jon Edwards, Oracle
James Knox, Ricoh
Jo Murphy, TK Maxx and Homesense
Jason Cousins, Womble Bond Dickinson
The Innovation Award recognises a corporate partner who has taken a new approach in their partnership and/or created an innovative fundraising activity, programme or an entirely new concept designed to support young people.
These two awards recognise companies who have contributed the most to the 2018 Palace to Palace challenge.
Nominees will be announced shortly.