The Prince's Trust supports young people to build their confidence, get into work, take up training opportunities and set up their own businesses. The Trust works across the UK and extensively in the Midlands from its local training centres in Birmingham & Stoke. The charity also delivers training online and in community venues.
Since being founded over 40 years ago by HRH The Prince of Wales, the charity has helped over 1 million young people aged 11 to 30 who were not in full-time work, education or training.
Michele Farmer, Director for The Prince’s Trust in Central England said: “Our staff and volunteers were delighted to hear the news that we have won The Energy Check’s prize of a sponsorship package at Birmingham City Football Club. The news could not have come at a better time. During this difficult period, we are working online and from our Digbeth and Stoke training centres, helping young people to build their confidence, find and secure work, take up further training opportunities and set up their own businesses.”
“This package will help raise awareness of the support that we offer to young people in the Midlands and with potential partners, who may be interested in working with us to help even more young people into employment. If you know of a young person who is looking for a job or isn’t really sure what their next step should be, why not suggest they contact us on 0800 842 842 or search Prince’s Trust online.”
You can find out more about the fantastic work The Prince’s Trust does, here.