By maintaining close relationships and by keeping up to date with latest policy, we ensure that engagement with the public sector is at the forefront of partnership working and fundraising at the Trust. We work closely with our regional colleagues to ensure that any bids affecting our regions are shaped in line with local need and our delivery infrastructure.
We are currently working with the following funding partners:
- The National Lottery Community Fund: From Care to Independence
We are conducting research into care leavers on our programmes, looking at the support they recieve and the help they need to progress into employment or further education.
- Big Lottery Fund: Reaching Communities
We work in Tower Hamlets, Blackburn and Blackpool to support vulnerable young people, responding to local needs.
- Department for Business, Innovation and Skills
- Department for Education
We work with young people in schools, colleges and alternative provision. Recent work has included raising attainment through military ethos, provided tailored support around mental health and developing character skills in schools.
- Great Western Railway (GWR)
Currently running Get into Customer Service schemes to help support young people in gaining experience which could lead to a career in the railway. Those selected for the scheme undertake two weeks of classroom-based learning followed by two weeks of work experience.
- Health Education England
- Heritage Lottery Fund
We work to support young people to explore their local heritage. Recent delivery has been in Newcastle and Middlesbrough.
We have been working in partnership with Nesta to reach out to disadvantaged young people aged 13 to 25 through 18 Prince's Trust Centres across the UK.
- Salford City Council
We are working together with Salford City Council to develop and implement social value requirements to strengthen the city’s objectives and to help young people who are NEET.
- Start-up Loans Company
The Start-up Loans Company helps us to support young people on our Enterprise programme. Young people are supported to access loans to launch their businesses.
- The Cabinet Office
We have supported young people to engage with social action through their own designed and led projects
We want to work with you.