The Trust needs to raise over £60m this year
to continue its work. There are many ways you can help.
We work with major corporate partners like the
Royal Bank of Scotland Group, and share skills and expertise with
over 100 blue chip organisations like Accenture and Ernst &
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Morgan Stanley launched a two-year partnership with The Prince's Trust in 2013 and pledged to raise £1 million to create a brand new Prince’s Trust Centre in East London.
BAE Systems is committed to making positive impacts to its communities – to further this goal, the company has pledged its support to help disadvantaged young people in key sites across the UK.
Continuing to Build Better Futures with Balfour Beatty. Balfour Beatty has been a dedicated corporate supporter of The Trust since 2009.
Gold Patron supporters Bloomberg have pledged to support the innovative Job Ambassadors programme over three years, helping The Trust reach even more disadvantaged young people across the UK.
The Prince's Trust has enjoyed a long-term relationship with British Land, which has created opportunities for 225 disadvantaged young people in recent years, helping them get their lives back on track.
Longstanding Trust supporter, Citi, has helped 350 young entrepreneurs start up in business.
Having already raised a staggering £1 million, Cunard have raised the bar yet again and have committed to raise a further £1 million for The Trust by 2018.
Building on the DHL UK Foundation's previous support, an incredible nine Get into Logistics courses will be run across the UK over the next two years.
HSBC’s investment in the Fairbridge and Get Into programmes makes the bank the largest corporate supporter of The Prince’s Trust.
J.P. Morgan has established an innovative partnership with the Fairbridge programme in Glasgow and a Glasgow-based social enterprise.