On 7th November, the annual Red Dinner, hosted by The Prince’s Trust, returned to Aerospace Bristol for another night of fundraising and celebrating young people’s achievements underneath the Concorde.
For the seventh year running, Stuff were responsible for branding the event and designing and producing all of the assets for the evening. This year’s theme was centred around an icon of the Concorde that we created using the charity’s visual identity. This graphic then ran throughout the brochure, invites, tickets, adverts, and pledge cards.
On the night, guests were entertained by host, Omid Djalili, as well as a special presentation from some of the young people who The Prince’s Trust has helped this year. A silent auction and raffle ran throughout the night to raise money, with prizes including a cruise on a Cunard ship or a painting by HRH The Prince of Wales himself, who set up the charity in 1976.
At this year’s Red Dinner, The Prince’s Trust raised £80,000 meaning the event has raised £850,000 since the Red Dinner started seven years ago. £850,000 equates to 34 Get Into programmes which helps give young people useful skills to get in employment, or support for nearly 3,500 young people through the Achieve programme and help them grow their confidence and develop the skills they need to succeed.
The Prince’s Trust is a national charity which provides programmes to young people aged 11-30 years old, helping them develop their confidence and their skills to live, to learn and to earn in the future. In the next ten years, they plan to help one million young people transform their lives and Stuff are proud to continue supporting them in their goal.