Over the past 18 years the Foundation has made 1160 grants to approximately 697 charities, totalling £40,732,054.
This page shows in detail grants awarded from 1 June 2009 - 24 October 2017 under the following programmes:
Please note that if you are searching for a specific charity you will need to select it from the drop down box. The name will appear in the box once you have started typing the charity you wish to view. Grants made in the years before 2008/2009 are not shown individually but are shown as totals awarded under each of the programmes. For example, to search for 2000/2001 select the programme on the drop down list, select the year and then click on 'Apply'. Alternatively, to view all the awards in 2000/2001 select the year and then click on 'Apply'. The list of grants can be filtered using single or multiple criteria.
To select all the grants awarded please click on 'Any' under the years and select Apply.
The Peter Harrison Foundation reserves the right to omit a grant if we decide that, for whatever reason, it is not appropriate to post the information to this site.
The data will be updated after each Trustee Meeting.
|Applicant||Project Name||Programme||Amount||Beneficial region||Date awarded|
|Autism Anglia||Adult Study Centre - Dereham - A new study centre for adults with autism which will give them the opportunity to take part in structured activities and learn new skills. The grant is for the purchase of gym equipment.||Opportunities Through Sport||£5,775||East of England||08/11/2010|
|Young Epilepsy||To support the Leaves and Stars Project.||Special Needs and Care for Children and Young People||£5,883||South East||23/07/2015|
|Blackpool Tiggers||To purchase, for a Trampolining Club, two trampolines and the necessary equipment for children on the Autistic spectrum to enable them to have regular classes.||Opportunities Through Sport||£6,000||North West||27/09/2012|
|Home-Start East Surrey||To part fund the salary of a part-time organiser to enable Home-Start to continue to run a disability group for mothers with disabled babies and children under 5 and to provide support for those families in their own homes on a weekly basis.||Special Needs and Care for Children and Young People||£6,000||South East||03/09/2013|
|Alkham Valley Community Project (The)||To purchase a suitable pony and an easy access horse drawn carriage to facilitate carriage driving sessions for disadvantaged and disabled adults and children.||Opportunities Through Sport||£6,000||South East||27/09/2012|
|CCHF All About Kids||To support young disadvantaged young children from Sussex with residential activity and respite breaks.||Special Needs and Care for Children and Young People||£6,220||South East||27/09/2012|
|Loughborough University||Harrison Sports Scholarship.||Opportunities Through Sport||£6,300||East Midlands||21/03/2013|
|Advocates for Children||To support the funding of an advocacy service which will ensure that children with physical and learning disabilities, often multiple and complex, and their families have access to advice, information and education.||Special Needs and Care for Children and Young People||£6,500||South East||21/03/2013|
|Metropolitan Sports and Social Club of Vision Impaired People (METRO)||Soundball tennis sessions for people with visual impairment at Islington Tennis Centre.||Opportunities Through Sport||£6,725||South East||29/03/2017|
|NYAS||To purchase iPads to help volunteer advocates communicate with children with special needs in care.||Special Needs and Care for Children and Young People||£7,000||South East||22/12/2014|
|Shine||Support for children with spina bifida and or hydrocephalus.||Special Needs and Care for Children and Young People||£7,019||South East||30/03/2016|
|Sportability||To fund current area organisers and develop new regions providing sporting activities for people with paralysis.||Opportunities Through Sport||£7,500||Nationwide||05/05/2011|
|Relate Mid Surrey||Delivering an innovative emotional lifeskill course to adolescents aged 13-15 regarding anger management.||Trustees Discretion||£7,500||South East||04/05/2010|
|Steelers Wheelchair Basketball Team||To assist the club to puchase a number of sport wheelchairs for basketball in Sheffield||Opportunities Through Sport||£7,800||North East||24/10/2017|
|NORFOLK GLIDING CLUB||To fund eight scholarships for disabled people to sample gliding and to continue to solo standard.||Opportunities Through Sport||£8,000||East of England||27/09/2012|
|Enterprise Sailing Trust||To fund the 2013 summer and autumn programme of sailing and training for disadvantaged young people to develop their personal development.||Opportunities Through Sport||£8,000||West Midlands||24/10/2013|
|Aireborough Voluntary Services to the Elderly With Disabilities (AVSED)||EXTEND - Chair Based Exercise Class for older, less mobile people. Weekly Extend exercises classes designed for people over 60 and those with disabilities.||Opportunities Through Sport||£8,130||North East||08/11/2010|
|Dogs for the Disabled||To fund the second year of specialised training for a dog assistant for a disabled child.||Special Needs and Care for Children and Young People||£8,315||South East||09/11/2015|
|Loughborough University||Harrison Sports Scholarship.||Opportunities Through Sport||£9,000||East Midlands||03/11/2011|
|Dyspraxia Foundation||To support the funding of an Information Officer to enable the reopening and operation of a weekday Helpline service.||Special Needs and Care for Children and Young People||£9,000||Nationwide||21/06/2012|
|Loughborough University||Harrison Sports Scholarship.||Opportunities Through Sport||£9,000||East Midlands||15/02/2011|
|Thumbs Up Club||To provide facilities for daily care, recreation and education of children with special needs outside of school hours.||Special Needs and Care for Children and Young People||£9,000||South East||21/06/2012|
|Different Strokes||Increasing access to exercise for stroke patients.||Opportunities Through Sport||£9,750||Nationwide||05/05/2011|
|Trustees Discretion - 2000||Trustees Discretion - 2000||Trustees Discretion||£10,000||31/05/2000|
|Straight Talking Peer Education||Delivering Peer Education in Surrey - 80 teenage peer education courses (400 sessions) in secondary schools in Surrey. The project will employ and support 24 teenage parents and reach 2,500 13 -16 year olds.||Trustees Discretion||£10,000||South East||04/05/2010|