Find out what some of our volunteers have been
As a professional trainer, entrepreneur and HR professional, Pam has contributed her skills to The Trust for over eight years, supporting young people in a variety of volunteer roles.
Margaret, from North Yorkshire, first became a volunteer for The Prince's Trust after being introduced by a friend. She's now a Business Mentor.
Alex graduated from University in 2011 and due to the economic climate decided to use some of his spare time to volunteer for The Trust while he was looking for a full-time job.
Maggie has supported young people across Prince’s Trust programmes during her five years as a volunteer, providing business mentor support, awarding development grants and delivering the Explore Enterprise programme.
1989 was the year that Dave Hills represented Great Britain in the Masters Swimming World Championships in Indianapolis, but importantly, it was also the year he joined The Prince’s Trust as a volunteer in Tyne and Wear.
Bill McAvoy joined The Prince’s Trust as a volunteer Business Mentor in Northern Ireland having got involved in supporting the business start up programme through his employer.
Business Mentor, Malcolm Bell has been providing support to young people starting their own businesses in Northern Ireland since 2000.
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