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 30th October 2019.

Shortlist for The Prince's Trust Partnership Awards 2019:

Employee Fundraising Award

Nominees:

Deloitte

VWV

Hedley May

Moneysupermarket Group

Charles Tyrwhitt

The White Company

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Outstanding Individual Award

Nominees:

All Steels Trading – Kim McDougall & Lawrence McDougall

Vestey Holdings – Pascale Louis-Louisy

Charles Tyrwhitt – Sarah Mortimer

Marriott – Hemma Varma

Superdry – Ivan Merrell

Gap – Warren Brigden

Gap – Sonia James

Gap – Dean Bailey

Cunard – Amy Mayhew

Greene King – Lynne Kennedy

Casual Dining Group – Simon Galkoff

Department for Work and Pensions – Julia Nix

Staffordshire Fire and Rescue – James Hettihewa-Young

Lidl Northern Ireland – Leah McConnell

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Employability Award

Nominees:

BAE Systems

Barclays

Marks & Spencer

TJX Europe

Govia Thameslink Railway

Greene King

NHS

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Overall Achievement Award

Nominees:

Ascential

Ricoh

NatWest

TJX Europe

Superdry

L’Oreal Paris

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New Partnership Award

Nominees:

eBay UK

Google

Royal Bank of Canada

Newcastle Building Society

Not on the High Street

Tesco

Watches of Switzerland

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Community Award

Nominees:

Atom Bank

Wilko

Cunard

Lincolnshire Co-Op

DYW Ayrshire

Staffordshire Police & Crime Commissioner

Office of the Police & Crime Commissioner for Leicestershire

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Volunteering Award

Nominees:

NatWest

Barclays

Morgan Stanley

ASOS

HMRC

Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government

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Innovation Award

Nominees:

Capgemini

A-Plant

American Airlines

FatFace

Tesco

Gap

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