New figures from the Prince's Trust has revealed nearly half of young people in the South West receive no support when searching for a job. The report marks the 40th anniversary of the charity and highlights how "inherited opportunity" is leaving the poorest behind.
Prince Charles, who is patron of the charity, is visiting the Bristol branch to discuss the report and help mark its 40th anniversary.
The report reveals the social impact the youth charity has had over the last ten years alone, through its help for disadvantaged young people. It flags up some surprising statistics.
The campaign highlights the so-called 'bank of mum and dad' which the Trust says is dividing young people.
Wiltshire astronaut Tim Peake will also be at today's event - giving a talk on engineering. He's recently returned to earth after months on board the International Space Station.