With a collective determination to support young people during these challenging times, SAP UKI has extended its partnership with The Prince’s Trust. The Young People Relief Fund will respond to the new needs of vulnerable young people throughout this crisis and beyond.
The Prince’s Trust is the UK’s leading youth charity that young people depend on for support to rebuild hope for their future. The young people of our nation have never needed their help more than they do now.
The Trust provides a lifeline to tens of thousands of young people every year and has had to rapidly change the way in which it helps in this current climate. With under-25s two and a half times more likely to be working in shut-down sectors, the Young People Relief Fund has been launched to ensure the provision of support continues.
SAP UKI is proud to able to contribute to The Young People Relief Fund, which ensures those worst-hit by the crisis are equipped with resources to re-skill and apply for new jobs. The Prince’s Trust is also working closely with the NHS to boost their workforce during this crisis.
The Young People Relief Fund provides remote mentoring to young people struggling with isolation, delivers employability and entrepreneurship courses via ‘virtual classrooms’ and works with teachers to ensure engagement in education endures. Meanwhile, its focus on community support persists.
At SAP UKI, we firmly believe in supporting and guiding young people, particularly in times of difficulty. The young people of today will be a critical component in the UK’s recovery and we are proud to be a small part in their journey towards active contributors to our society.