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About UsBuilding futures for young people worldwide

Formally launched in 2015 to extend the success of The Prince’s Trust, Prince’s Trust International works in partnership with governments, not for profit organisations and businesses around the world to tackle youth disengagement and unemployment. Our programmes inspire and ultimately support young people aged 11 to 30 to move into work, education or training.

By sharing best practice models and tailoring the proven programmes of The Prince’s Trust, Prince’s Trust International seeks to increase and add to the impact of organisations that share our aims and seek our help.

We support and collaborate with local delivery partners to help cement local relationships and allow the sharing of best practice through our growing international network, ensuring programme sustainability and ongoing support for young people worldwide.

Speaking at the formal launch of Prince’s Trust International in Malta, during the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting, HRH The Prince of Wales said:
“It makes me enormously proud to think that the small project that we launched in 1976 has grown to the extent that we can now offer support and assistance to people around the world.”

Find out more about our programmes

We aim to help young people around the world into work, education or training.

We operate in a range of countries which face the huge challenge of getting young people into work, education or training.

We work with governments, not for profit organisations and businesses around the world to help young people build on their self-confidence and skills, increasing employability and enabling young people to reach their true potential.

We build on the extraordinary success of The Prince’s Trust, the leading youth charity helping disadvantaged young people in the UK.

Our ambition is to make a meaningful difference in countries across the world.

Our Heritage: The Prince’s Trust

Having built effective programmes and strong partnerships to help young people into jobs and self-employment in the United Kingdom, public and private organisations around the world have been turning to The Prince’s Trust in their search for solutions to youth unemployment and to learn from their experience in helping young people into work.
Prince’s Trust International has been created to enable The Trust to build on its success in the UK, addressing this demand for advice and expertise from governments and NGOs seeking to tackle youth unemployment around the world and to share their experience and expertise.
The Prince’s Trust is the leading youth charity helping disadvantaged young people in the United Kingdom, supporting 13 to 30 year-olds who are unemployed and those struggling at school and at risk of exclusion. 
Many of the young people helped by The Trust are in or leaving care, facing issues such as homelessness or mental health problems, or they have been in trouble with the law. Three in four young people supported by The Trust move into work, education or training.

The Prince’s Charities

For 40 years, The Prince of Wales has been a leader in identifying charitable need and setting up and driving forward charities to meet it. From the early days of The Prince’s Trust in the mid-1970s, his charitable interests have grown to represent a broad range of areas including the Built Environment, the Arts, Responsible Business and Enterprise, Young People, Global Sustainability and Rural Affairs.

The Prince’s  Charities work to transform lives and build sustainable communities. The Prince of Wales carries out dozens of engagements every year in support of his charities, which collectively raise more than £100million annually to fund their activities. The Prince has also established charitable entities or initiatives in Australia, Canada, New Zealand, Romania and the United States of America. To find out more, visit: