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The media centre lists the key contacts, campaigns, news and issues for The Prince's Trust.


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  • The Prince's Trust Achiever of the Year Award shines the spotlight on one exceptional young person who has turned their life around with support from The Trust.
  • Charlie’s career pathway started to head nowhere following a long period of unemployment. Get Started with Football programme helped get his life back on track.
  • Throughout this year, groups of young people on the Fairbridge programme in Newcastle have been getting to grips with their Roman heritage through a project funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund.
  • A team of employees from Ricoh UK went to the Dragons’ Den to ask for the £1,500 seed funding and the support of members of the board at Ricoh UK.
  • A series of special events in Cambridge has generated £5,000 to support youth charity The Prince’s Trust and help local young people get into work.
  • The Prince’s Trust and NatWest have launched a new campaign encouraging unemployed young people to start-up in business.
  • Glamorous ‘Lunch with an Old Bag’ raised a staggering £550,350 for disadvantaged young people in Scotland.
  • Sarah Thorne, 22, from Glasgow, recently shared her story to 400 of Scotland’s most influential women at ‘Lunch with an Old Bag’ fundraiser, which raised £550, 350 for disadvantaged young people at The Prince’s Trust Scotland. Sarah has been involved in The Trust for seven years and participated in its education and employability programmes. She is now a full time staff member at the youth charity. She stole the show at ‘Lunch with an Old Bag’, with her moving letter to her 14-year-old self.
  • Palace to Palace has raised over £2.5million since its launch 10 years ago, to support disadvantaged young people into work.
  • Young people on the Fairbridge Programme at the North Manchester Centre in Bury have hosted guests for lunch at their very own Heaven’s Kitchen.

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The Prince's Trust Factsheet 2014/15

The Trust helped over 56,077 young people last year.