To celebrate the work we do as mentors and in recognition of our work supporting the Prince’s Trust we will be attending The Prince’s Trust Celebrate Success Awards. These are being held at the prestigious London Palladium on Wednesday 15th March.

We have supported the Million Makers scheme now for over 5 years. For the third year running, we have worked with a team from Barratts. Once again they have done an outstanding job on reaching the finals, a fantastic achievement by all concerned.

15 Years of Support

Director of PJW HR consultancy Pam Whitehead said:  “I have been a mentor with the Trust now for 15 years. I am delighted to have been working with the team from Barratts again. They worked so hard across the 6 months tirelessly pursuing opportunities to raise funds and with such passion for the work the Trust does. I look forward to sharing in their celebrations. They should all be very proud of what they have achieved – and on the night everyone is a winner!”

“The level of support and fundraising from organisations and sponsors is so important. Without it, the number of young people the Trust support would not be achievable. I am, as always feeling exceptionally privileged and very excited to be attending The Prince’s Trust Celebrate Success Awards, honouring the achievements of young people supported by The Trust. It is always a very emotional afternoon when you listen to the stories of the young people and how they have overcome such huge obstacles in their lives to succeed.”

The Celebrate Success Awards are a real highlight of the year. An opportunity to pay tribute to the bravery, determination and sheer hard work that young people demonstrate. It’s a great chance to tell young people’s inspirational stories to packed audiences of friends and family. As well as the network of partners and supporters of The Prince’s Trust.

Awards Catagories

  • Breakthrough Award recognises the progress of young people in overcoming barriers and developing new skills.
  • Educational Achiever Award recognises young people who have overcome barriers, developed new skills and improved their education prospects.
  • Rising Star Award: Recognises young people who, despite having faced substantial personal obstacles, are in sustainable employment as a result of a Prince’s Trust programme.
  • Young Achiever Award: Recognises the success of young people getting into employment, training or education and overcoming substantial barriers to transform their lives.
  • Young Ambassador Award: Recognises young people who are exceptional Young Ambassadors for The Trust. These young people volunteer their time to share their personal experiences and inspire others.
  • Enterprise Award: Recognises young people who have overcome barriers and achieved success in creating a sustainable business or a community or social enterprise.
  • Community Impact Award: Recognises the positive contribution young people make to their local community.

We can’t wait to be a part of what is guaranteed to be a unique and inspirational event.