The FatFace Foundation has been a proud supporter of the Prince’s Trust since 2015 as part of our Life in the Community pillar. Set up in 1976 by HM King Charles III, The Prince’s Trust helps to transform the lives of young people with a focus on education, employment and enterprise.
The Fat Face Foundation has supported the Prince’s Trust since 2015 and has donated thousands of pounds over the years. FatFace has also offered a helping hand through the Tomorrow’s Talent initiative which helps develop the creative talent of tomorrow’s young designers. Styles include printed scarves, bags and tees. We have been involved in this amazing programme on several occasions over the years and each time we are so excited to showcase the brilliant designs of the winners. Not only that but a percentage of sales from theses products go back into the Prince’s Trust to help further their great work.
As a business FatFace also gets involved in the Prince’s Trust Palace to Palace event each September. Prior to Covid the event was a 45 or 90 mile bike ride from Buckingham Palace to Windsor Castle (here’s Jodie and Lydia of the Foundation shop stag spotting in Richmond Park in Sept 2019!) but now fundraisers can also take part via a virtual option which can be done on a bike or on foot. Together our teams across the country have raised thousands through this event and are excited to be involved again this year to raise even more.