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 right to discover volunteer
opportunities in your region.
Julie Brown is a progression mentor from Norwich. Julie started volunteering with The Prince’s Trust in 2014 following a diverse career with a regional local newspaper. She has supported seven young people to date, one of which resulted in a positive outcome. She currently supports two young people.
Joe Morrison has been volunteering with The Prince’s Trust for over two years. He currently delivers training on the Explore Enterprise course in Belfast.
Daniel Wallace works for Barclays as a District Manager. Daniel delivered a workshop and provided young people on the Team programme with the opportunity to participate in mock interviews.
Read all about Emma Harrison's volunteer experiences.
Amanda works for Prince's Trust Patron, Arvato. She volunteered her time to deliver a one-day workshop for young people on the Team programme in Stockport.
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.