We’re very proud to announce our partnership with The Prince’s Trust; this will enable NCP employees to get involved directly or indirectly in the communities in which we operate.
(PRWEB UK) 20 November 2012
NCP has always been happy to support the local communities in which they operate, contributing locally with charities like the Rocking Horse Children’s charity in Brighton, as well as national charities such as Heart Research UK and the NSPCC. Now the car park operator has announced a new charity partnership with The Prince’s Trust.
The Prince’s Trust was established in 1976 by The Prince of Wales and provides practical and financial support to the young people who need it. Helping them develop the key skills, confidence and motivation to go into work, education and training.
The partnership will allow NCP employees to get involved with the charity through fundraising and volunteering as well as adventure challenges and entrepreneurial competitions. NCP will also have the opportunity to create apprenticeships, helping young people back into the workplace.
Currently one in five young people are in the UK are not in work, education or training. The Prince’s Trust helped 54,000 young people last year through enterprise programmes and cash awards to help develop employability.
Matt Thornett, Product Manager at NCP comments:
“We’re very proud to announce our partnership with The Prince’s Trust; this will enable NCP employees to get involved directly or indirectly in the communities in which we operate. The Prince’s Trust creates some fantastic career opportunities for young people, and we’d like to help in any way we can by fundraising and creating apprenticeships.
“This new partnership will mean NCP employees from Aberdeen to Brighton can get involved in their local community and help young people establish a career.”
Founded in 1931, NCP has over 75 years expertise within the parking sector and has more than 600 car parks nationwide. NCP processes approximately 80 million customer transactions every year.