Fundraise for The Prince's Trust

Fundraising for The Prince's Trust can be rewarding, fun and an excellent chance to get creative and sociable.

Below are some ideas to get you started - why not get involved in helping change young lives?

Fundraising ideas

  • To celebrate our A-Z of Young Businesses, we've created an A-Z of Fundraising, to inspire you to help us support more young people who want to change their own futures.
  • Invite your friends and family over, make a fuss of them and ask them to make a donation to The Prince’s Trust.
  • When you're busy it can be hard to find the time for fundraising. Here are some quick ways you can get involved.
  • Capture your colleagues' imagination then get them to empty their pockets.
  • Old school ideas for fundraising that everyone is familar with.
  • There are loads of ways to get people involved at school.
  • Find your most competitive mates and set them some challenges.
  • Organise a sports match in aid of The Trust – football, cricket, hockey, rugby, which ever sport you have a passion for.
  • Hold a Girls' Night In and raise at least £500 for The Prince's Trust.
  • Recycle your no-longer-wanted posessions or office supplies and make a few quid at the same time.

Business Finder

Whether you need a plumber in Plymouth or a gardener in Gateshead, using a Trust-supported business is a practical way for you to help.

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Their potential is unlimited. Our resources are not.

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Read about people who are fundraising for The Trust

Contact the team

If you have any questions, email our get involved team or call on 020 7543 1384.

They'll be happy to help.

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