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We are raising funds for The Prince's Trust because they create brighter futures for young people.

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  • Event: Million Makers, 01 Jan 2019

The Prince's Trust

We support vulnerable young people to transform their lives

Charity Registration No. 1079675

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Team Vestra Vitae are partaking in the Prince's Trust Million Makers scheme, where teams will collectively fundraise to reach a £1 Million target. This scheme aims to help disadvantaged young people across the UK to gain the necessary skills, training and confidence to secure brighter futures and fulfil their aspirations.

We are hosting a Walk to the Moon Challenge for our office, attempting to cumulatively walk the 363,000 KM in 6 months. Our initial aim is to raise £10,000, and we greatly appreciate donations of any size to help us reach this goal.

For additional information about the Prince's Trust's work, please visit their website at:

www.princes-trust.org.uk


Excerpt from a Young Ambassador-

Natasha Downie

Natasha battled depression after losing four loved ones and faced serious health problems. Things turned around when she found help through the Prince's trust and completed a Get into Healthcare course, helping land her dream hospital job with the NHS.

   --  "I didn't go out at all - it was the same thing every day. the telly was on but I wasn't taking anything in as I was so uninterested. I lost belief in myself. I thought, 'I can't get out of this'. I lost all interest in my appearance. I didn't have interest in anything. Some days I didn't get out of bed."

       "Prince's Trust has helped me by accepting me for who I am regardless of what conditions I have. I feel like I've got somewhere to go now. I know I've got this job, so it's one step forward from where I used to be."

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