Prince's Trust volunteer stories
Are you a Prince's Trust volunteer, or
thinking about joining us? Read our most recent volunteer stories
below, to hear about what our volunteers have been up to
Follow the links on the left to discover volunteer opportunities
in your region.
Nadia, 29, from Luton, is the founder of pet business Miss Mutts. After being made redundant, she started volunteering at an animal shelter which gave her the idea to launch her company. She also recently became a Young Ambassador.
Natasha has been volunteering with The Prince’s Trust for just over one year. She is a valued volunteer who always goes the extra mile to help the young people she supports. She shares her experience of volunteering with The Trust.
After finishing college, Caroline decided to take a year out to contemplate her next move. She was bored and lacked confidence so she turned to The Prince’s Trust.
Clive Ware, from Lincoln, has been volunteering with the Prince’s Trust since 2013. As a Progression Mentor, Clive has participated in Springboard Programmes in Lincoln and has been successfully matched with two young people to support longer term.
Arnold has been volunteering for The Trust for around two years. He speaks here about his experiences.
Rachel volunteers for The Prince's Trust as a Progression Mentor. She talks here about her experiences helping one young woman realise her ambition.
Andrew Cambray, progression and business mentor for The Prince’s Trust, from Wales, shares his experience of helping young people move into work.
David Roberts, progression and business mentor for The Prince’s Trust, from Fife, shares his experience of helping young people move into work.
Louis has been named volunteer of the month due to his ongoing efforts, hard work and commitment in supporting and encouraging young people in Northern Ireland to learn and develop.
Amelia Holdstock has recently completed a 100 day placement with the Team programme in Reigate as part of her final year of a three-year BA Social Work degree with the University of Kent.