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We're All Worth It

We’re working with L’Oréal to empower thousands of young people to transform their lives. Find out how you can get involved.  

Together, we can transform self-doubt into self-worth for thousands of vulnerable young people.

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Helping young people whoever they are, wherever they're from and whoever they want to be. 

At The Prince's Trust, we believe that no matter where you're from or what your circumstances, everyone deserves a chance to succeed.

However, recent research shows that one in three young people don't believe in themselves and this figure rises to 42% for those who are not in work, education or training.

Understanding that confidence can be a barrier to young people's success, we've teamed up with L’Oréal to develop an 'All Worth It' confidence training course - transforming self-doubt into self-worth - to help give thousands of jobless young people the future they deserve. 

The confidence-boosting sessions will be embedded within our Fairbridge programme and delivered across our 18 centres, addressing issues such as body language, relationships and employability.

Want to get involved? There’s plenty of ways you can help vulnerable young people fulfil their potential.

Discover the opportunities below.

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Amy Rawbone

Amy, 20, from Bristol, would shake with nerves when she left the house. She isolated herself from friends and self harmed, so her family encouraged her to receive counselling and this led to her joining our Fairbridge programme.

Read her story

Leanne Lashley

Leanne Lashley

Struggling to cope with a series of events including coming out, a friend’s suicide and traumas from her past, Leanne, 26, started to suffer with severe depression and sought escape the only way she knew how – substance abuse. 

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