The Tomorrow Store is located on Liverpool Street and features products ranging from clothing, jewellery, stationary and home goods. Patrons have a rather special opportunity to purchase unique and one of a kind products. Proceeds from all sales will be put into a fund for more programmes to aid young people.
“The Prince’s Trust gave me the tools I needed to take the first steps in business, while giving me the advice and support I needed to turn my life around,” Emma Reilly, one of the programme participants told The Prince’s Trust website.
Emma hails from Newcastle, and had a rough time throughout school. She had a few issues while at university which forced her to leave. After signing up for The Prince’s Trust and joining the Enterprise Programme, Emma was able to secure a loan and advisor to help guide her through the entrepreneurial process. The Prince’s Trust gave Emma the tools and resources to start her t-shirt company. Emma continued; “Getting to meet The Prince today was great. I got to thank him for the help I’ve received, and to be able to sell my products in this incredible shop is a really exciting opportunity for my business.”
Prince Charles began The Princes Trust in 1976. After serving in the Royal Navy, the Prince became a champion for the disadvantaged youth across the UK. The Prince’s Trust has funded well over an estimated 500,000 projects and programmes involving young people in the past 37 years.