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:
TV presenter and Prince’s Trust Ambassador Laura Whitmore joined a group of young people for a customising session on the Get Started with Fashion programme.
BBC newsreader and presenter Sophie Raworth is running the Virgin London Marathon in aid of The Prince's Trust. We caught up with her to find out how the training is going.
On Friday 15th March, there was a special edition of the Alan Titchmarsh show dedicated to The Prince's Trust. The show celebrated the fantastic work The Trust does in transforming young lives.
Sports presenter and Prince's Trust Ambassador Gabby Logan spoke about the work of The Trust at the Boat Race Gala Dinner, in advance of the annual event taking place on 31st March.
Ant and Dec host The Prince’s Trust & Samsung Celebrate Success Awards to recognise the achievements of young people at a star-studded ceremony
The 2013 Red Dinner was hosted by Trust Ambassador Jon Culshaw and included a fantastic performance from Beverley Knight, all to help raise funds to help young people in the South West.
Guests at The Trust's Handbags and Gladrags event raised over £100,000 at a dinner hosted by Trust Ambassador, Gok Wan.
Former England footballer Dion Dublin's second annual ball raises £33,000 for disadvantaged young people.
Celebrities join TRHs The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall at The Prince's Trust Invest in Futures gala dinner, supported by Bank of America Merrill Lynch.
The much loved British singer starred at the annual Prince's Trust Diamond Ball, helping to raise almost £50,000 for disadvantaged young people.
Jermain Defoe, Olympian Tessa Sanderson CBE, Arsenal striker Rachel Yankey MBE and Olympic rowing medallist Tom Ransley made up the stellar panel at our Sport Youth Forum in partnership with the Premier League and Professional Footballers' Association.
Paralympic champion and Team GB captain Rob Richardson presented awards to some of our stand-out corporate supporters at the Technology Leadership Group Awards.