The King to Host Prince’s Trust Award 2024 Winners

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The Prince of Wales meets young women who have been helped by Prince's Trust New Zealand, as he attends a Prince's Trust reception at Mantells, Mt Eden, Auckland, on the third day of the royal visit to New Zealand
The Prince of Wales meets young women who have been helped by Prince's Trust New Zealand, as he attends a Prince's Trust reception at Mantells, Mt Eden, Auckland, on the third day of the royal visit to New Zealand 2020

HIS MAJESTY THE KING WILL HOST THE WINNERS OF THE TWENTIETH PRINCE’S TRUST AWARDS

Wednesday 22nd May 2024

His Majesty The King meets Prince’s Trust Award 2024 winners, supporters and ambassadors at Buckingham Palace.

His Majesty The King will host the winners of The Prince’s Trust Awards 2024 (taking place on Tuesday, 21st May). Supporters and Ambassadors of The Trust including Martin Freeman, Nicola Adams and Ellie Simmonds will join the celebrations.

The Prince’s Trust Awards recognise young people who have succeeded against the odds, improved their chances in life and had a positive impact on their local community.

The 2024 winners include young people who have overcome challenges including poor mental health, educational troubles and youth unemployment with the help of the Trust.

The eight UK Award categories are: Enterprise Award, Education Award, Breakthrough Award, Young Change Maker Award, Young Achiever Award, Community Impact Award, Rising Star Award and Volunteer of the Year Award.

The three Global Award categories are: Global Young Achiever Award, Amal Clooney Woman’s Empowerment Award and The Prince’s Trust Group Sustainability Award.

The King will receive Chief Executive of The Prince’s Trust, Mr. Jonathan Townsend; Chief Executive of The King’s Trust International, Will Straw; and Chief Executive of The King’s Trust New Zealand, Rod Baxter, in the Carnarvon Room.

The King will then meet Mr. Declan Donnelly, the host of the awards, before moving into the 1844 Room.

His Majesty will congratulate King’s Trust winners and join ambassadors in the 1844 Room and Bow Room.

The event will conclude with a posed photograph at the bottom of the Grand Staircase.

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