Over the past 16 years the Foundation has made 1070 grants to 629 charities, totalling £39,016,168.
This page shows in detail grants awarded from 1 June 2009 - 2 November 2016 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|
|Harrison Scholars -2014||Harrison Scholars -2014||Opportunities Through Education||£120,199||South East||31/05/2014|
|Harrison Scholars -2014 - Miscellaneous||Harrison Scholars -2014 - Miscellaneous||Opportunities Through Education||£100||South East||31/05/2014|
|Reigate Priory Lacrosse Club||To support the club during the 2014/15 season.||Opportunities Through Sport||£500||South East||17/04/2014|
|Panathlon Foundation Limited (The)||To support the expansion of the Panathlon Challenges programme which inspires young disabled people to use competitive sport as a means of personal and social development.||Opportunities Through Sport||£30,000||Nationwide||09/04/2014|
|Great Britain Wheelchair Rugby||To continue supporting the costs of the Sports Science & Innovation Project which will identify and develop wheelchair rugby athletes.||Opportunities Through Sport||£20,000||Nationwide||09/04/2014|
|Woodlarks Camp Site Trust||To support the ‘Change for Better’ project which will provide new changing rooms at the camp site swimming pool.||Special Needs and Care for Children and Young People||£45,000||South East||09/04/2014|
|Honeypot Children's Charity (The)||To fund 84 children, who are carers, aged between 5 and 8 years, their first residential respite break and a follow up visit the following year.||Special Needs and Care for Children and Young People||£54,061||South East||09/04/2014|
|Lifelites||To fund and support a new package of technologies for The Children’s Trust, Tadworth, including the on-site school.||Special Needs and Care for Children and Young People||£42,987||South East||09/04/2014|
|GASP Motor Project||To fund a specially developed motor mechanics programme targeted specifically at young people in twelve special schools across Surrey.||Special Needs and Care for Children and Young People||£30,000||South East||09/04/2014|
|Farney Close School Ltd||To support the costs of media and ICT equipment for the new vocational skills centre.||Special Needs and Care for Children and Young People||£35,000||South East||09/04/2014|
|Community Foundation for Surrey (The)||To contribute to the funding of deserving causes in Surrey.||Trustees Discretion||£100,000||South East||09/04/2014|
|National Maritime Museum||To contribute to the costs for The Children’s Gallery which will demonstrate the importance of the sea to young visitors.||Trustees Discretion||£75,000||London||09/04/2014|
|Kettering Sea Cadets||To contribute to the costs for building a new Sea Cadets Unit.||Trustees Discretion||£10,000||East Midlands||09/04/2014|
|Guildford Cathedral||To support the appeal for repairs and renovations to the roof.||Trustees Discretion||£75,000||South East||09/04/2014|
|Reigate Grammar School||Purchase of the site for the proposed Sixth Form Centre.||Opportunities Through Education||£925,000||South East||09/04/2014|
|Wealden Sailability||To purchase two specialist sailing dinghies for disabled sailors.||Opportunities Through Sport||£13,588||South East||09/04/2014|
|Dallaglio Foundation||To support expansion of the Rugby for Change programme into nine cities, a social impact project, using rugby to help marginalised young people increase their sense of worth and employability.||Opportunities Through Sport||£75,000||Nationwide||09/04/2014|
|Venture Trust||To fund sports kit for the outdoor personal development programmes for young people from disadvantaged backgrounds.||Opportunities Through Sport||£10,441||Scotland||09/04/2014|
|British Disabled Water Ski Association||To purchase a replacement water ski boat.||Opportunities Through Sport||£20,000||South East||24/10/2013|
|Greenbank Project (The)||To support the costs of Power Hockey development for disabled people.||Opportunities Through Sport||£33,000||Nationwide||24/10/2013|
|Down's Syndrome Association||To support the funding of the DS Active Project which will provide opportunities for people with Down’s Syndrome to take part in sport.||Opportunities Through Sport||£20,000||Nationwide||24/10/2013|
|Middlesex Association for the Blind (The)||To purchase two twin seat tricycles specially adapted to make cycling accessible to those with multiple disabilities.||Opportunities Through Sport||£10,320||South East||24/10/2013|
|British Paralympic Association||To fund, on behalf of the British Triathlon Federation, the Paratriathlon Performance Enhancement programme which will deliver a world class testing programme across all paratriathlon categories.||Opportunities Through Sport||£33,786||East Midlands||24/10/2013|
|Boccia England Ltd||To continue supporting the funding of a Club Development Officer and associated costs to lead and co-ordinate the Club Development Programme.||Opportunities Through Sport||£37,500||Nationwide||24/10/2013|
|Society for Mucopolysaccharide Diseases||To fund an Advocacy Support Programme for MPS affected families.||Special Needs and Care for Children and Young People||£30,000||South East||24/10/2013|