Change A Girl's Life Success Stories

#ChangeAGirlsLife is a campaign created in support of females in the UK who are facing adversity and disadvantages in life. The Prince's Trust wants to help support young women this International Women's Day and help them get the confidence they need to succeed. 

Over the past four decades, The Prince's Trust has helped approximately a million young people reach their potential. Here are just some of their stories!


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Sophie Rogers wanted to start a well-being business, with the help of The Prince's Trust she is now the proud owner of High Vibe Alignment, a holistic and well-being brand. 

Sophie has also become an ambassador for The Prince's Trust in the hope to inspire and help other young people make their entrepreneurial dreams come true.


"I had no experience of running my own business,  that’s what was so great about the support I received  from The Prince’s Trust.”

Read more about Sophie's Story here > 


After struggling with her mental and physical health from a very young age Olivia ultimately left school early in order to focus on getting better. Because of this Olivia was unsure of which direction to go in terms of a career. She didn't feel confident academically but she felt inspired by the NHS staff who treated her mum when she was unwell. She just so happened to see an advert for a Prince’s Trust course, run in partnership with NHS Scotland and Dundee & Angus College to support young people to gain the skills and experience needed to work in the NHS, Olivia decided to apply.

The Prince’s Trust and NHS  have had a massive impact on my life -  as soon as I started the course,  I already saw a positive future for myself.”

 Read more about Olivia's story here >


Working at McDonald's wasn't Charlotte's dream, so she decided to change it. Being furloughed during the pandemic gave Charlotte a lot of free time to explore a different career path. She had always had an interest in tech but had little to no knowledge of what she needed to do to get a tech job and didn't know where to start. A course provided by The Prince's Trust helped her get her kickstart into the industry.

 “We also did a lot of employability sessions  on the course about confidence,  practice interviews and how to set up a  LinkedIn account.  Those were just as valuable as the tech skills.”

Read more of Charlotte's story here >

I am a young person, how can I get help with my career?

Whether you're looking to start a company or in search of a new career, as long as you are between 18 and 30 years of age you qualify!

You can contact The Prince's Trust for support via their website they have a live chat option and a phone number you can call for free. 0800 842 842

What can I do to help young people find careers?

By shopping with brands supporting the campaign or donating directly to The Prince’s Trust, you can #ChangeAGirlsLife this International Women’s Day.

You can help to support more young people in difficult circumstances by purchasing anything from the #ChangeAGirlsLife collection at

Every penny raised for the #ChangeAGirlsLife campaign will enable The Prince’s Trust to support more young women to overcome any challenges they are facing and change their lives for the better. Many young women face barriers to fulfilling their potential. That’s why The Prince’s Trust #ChangeAGirlsLife campaign is raising vital funds to help thousands of young women build a better future for themselves through employment, education or by starting their own business.

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