Other ways to support our community

Looking for another way to donate to Prince's Trust Australia?
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Give in Business

We pride ourselves on our ability to create strategically-aligned partnerships that are mutually beneficial.

Every company, big or small, has something special to offer our community. Whether that's helping Prince's Trust Australia to save money by offering services in-kind or supporting your employees to donate personally, we would be delighted to talk to you about the different ways your company can get involved.

Give in Memory

Donating a gift in memory of a loved one can be a really positive way of honouring a life.

Giving a gift in memory will allow Prince's Trust Australia to help our community build their confidence and reach their potential. You can do this by holding collections at a funeral service or even setting up an in memoriam tribute page online. If you’d like to talk to our team about how a gift in honour of your loved ones can change lives, please get in touch using the button below.

Give in Celebration

Asking your friends and family to give donations to Prince's Trust Australia can be a great way to mark a special occasion. We can send you fundraising materials to raise awareness at your celebration or you can set up your own online fundraising page.

We always love to hear about celebrations being held in aid of The Trust. What better present than to know you and your loved ones have helped to change a person's life?

Give from the United States of America

The Prince of Wales Foundation USA is the affiliate organisation of The Prince’s Trust, enabling tax-efficient giving for US supporters of His Royal Highness’s philanthropic interests.

We are fortunate to have a growing base of American supporters who see real value in investing in the lives of disadvantaged and marginalised young people in the UK.

The Prince of Wales Foundation was founded by HRH, The Prince of Wales in 1997. It's a US-registered charity exempt from federal income tax pursuant to section 501 (c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code (EIN 36-3820023).