Could you turn an enterprising idea into
fundraising profit for The Prince’s Trust?
Million Makers is a national
competition, challenging teams of employees and university
students to come together and raise £1 million for The Prince’s
Trust and make a real difference to the lives of disadvantaged
young people across the UK.
How does it work?
Million Makers teams pitch their business plans to a Dragons’
Den style panel, in order to secure an initial investment from The
Teams from companies and organisations across the UK then
implement and promote their own mini enterprise. Aspiring Million
Makers entrepreneurs must work together to turn seed funding into
profit for The Prince’s Trust over the course of six months,
competing against each other to run the most profitable mini
Up and down the country, our Million Makers are having fun while
raising funds through mini enterprises.
Million Makers News
Teams from Glasgow, Edinburgh and Aberdeen met at RBS Gogarburn in Edinburgh earlier this month to launch the Scottish Million Makers challenge.
A team of ten employees from Arqiva has joined the London and South East Million Makers Challenge, and has successfully secured £1,500 seed funding in the Den.
Fashionistas united at an event to celebrate the launch of Prince's Trust beneficiary Simon Collins' new book, while raising money to support unemployed young people.
Teams taking part in the West Midlands regional Million Makers competition have pitched business plans in order to secure £1,500 seed funding ahead of their six month fundraising challenge.
The Prince's Trust Million Makers challenge, now in its seventh year, launches in Northern Ireland.