Celebrity Ambassador news
The Prince’s Trust has some fantastic
Celebrity Ambassadors who are all committed to helping us raise
awareness of the work we do with young people, helping change young
Our Ambassadors get involved in a variety of ways, visiting
young people on our programmes, taking part in fundraising events,
supporting our campaigns or something simple like providing a quote
of support and a photo for us to use or tweeting for us.
Read about how our Celebrity Ambassadors have been helping us to
raise vital funds to make a difference:
Reality TV star, fashion boutique owner and model Sam Faiers joined a group of young people for a customising session, as part of a recent Get Started with Fashion programme.
The North East Charity Clay Shoot, hosted by Bond Dickinson, raised £35,000 for The Prince's Trust.
Ten years ago, Kevin Spacey presented Sara Lyttle with a Celebrate Success Award, after her school attendance sky-rocketed from 20 to 97 per cent.
The stars and cars of F1 were out on the red carpet in the City of London last night (Thursday 3rd July) to celebrate the British Grand Prix and help raise money for The Prince’s Trust.
will.i.am has supported hundreds of unemployed young people through STEM-focussed Prince's Trust programmes.
Beyoncé’s global campaign #BeyGOOD has raised more than £85,000 for The Prince’s Trust to help change the lives of disadvantaged young people in the UK.
The Prince’s Trust will have supported 25,000 young people through football programmes by 2015.
HRH The Prince of Wales was joined by a host of celebrities at The Prince’s Trust and Samsung Celebrate Success Awards, which recognise young people who have overcome issues such as abuse, drug addiction, homelessness and depression.
The sold-out Red Dinner raised more than £90,000 to support unemployed young people in the South West.
Five years ago, Michael Sheen presented Louise Firinne with a Celebrate Success Award, after she turned her life around to set up her own business.
Beyoncé’s global charity campaign #BeyGood is working with The Prince’s Trust to change the lives of disadvantaged young people.
Guests at Handbags and Gladrags raised tens of thousands of pounds for The Prince's Trust, through a dinner and auction, hosted by TV fashion guru and stylist Brix Smith-Start.