Over the past 20 years the Foundation has made 1,320 grants to 809 charities, totalling £45,074,994.
This page shows in detail grants awarded from 1 June 2014 - 31 May 2019. Grants made before 1 June 2014 are not shown individually, however you can see the total amount awarded under each programme each year. Recent grants data will be updated after each Trustee Meeting.
To see all the grants awarded by the Foundation: Ensure that all search criteria are blank or set to ‘Any’, and then click Apply.
The list of grants can also be filtered using single or multiple criteria, for example:
- To search for a specific charity: Type the first few letters of the charity’s name and all matching organisations will appear in a drop down list. Simply select the one you are looking for and click Apply.
- To see all grants awarded under a particular programme: Go to the ‘Programme’ drop down list and select the relevant grant programme. Then click Apply.
- To search for all grants in a specific region of the UK: Go to the ‘Beneficial region’ drop down list and select the region you are interested in. Then click 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.
|Applicant||Project Name||Programme||Amount||Beneficial region||Date awarded|
|Theodora Children's Charity||Giggle Doctor visits to the Royal Marsden Hospital and Young Epilepsy, Surrey||Special Needs and Care for Children and Young People||£32,400||South East||22/05/2018|
|British Paralympic Association||Towards the ParalympicsGB Tokyo Performance and Medical Centre||Opportunities Through Sport||£100,000||Nationwide||28/05/2019|
|British Paralympic Association||To fund the Paralympic Performance Advisory Group / Paralympics GB Rio 2016 Core Sports Science and Medical Support Team.||Opportunities Through Sport||£33,000||Nationwide||09/07/2014|
|British Paralympic Association||To help fund the British Paralympic medical team and Performance Centre for Rio 2016.||Opportunities Through Sport||£100,000||Nationwide||30/03/2016|
|British Paralympic Association||To fund the Paralympic Performance Advisory Group / Paralympics GB Rio 2016 Core Sports Science and Medical Support Team.||Opportunities Through Sport||£33,000||Nationwide||23/07/2015|
|Albrighton Trust Limited (The)||For the replacement of wheelchair accessible fishing platforms.||Opportunities Through Sport||£5,000||West Midlands||13/10/2016|
|Greenbank Project (The)||Links for Change project - increasing the number of disabled people in the Merseyside area participating in sport and physical activity||Opportunities Through Sport||£25,000||North West||22/05/2018|
|Bag Books||Multi-sensory storybook boxes for children with special needs in the South East.||Special Needs and Care for Children and Young People||£10,500||South East||06/07/2016|
|Mary Hare Foundation (The)||To support the redevelopment of the swimming pool and changing facilities at a school for deaf children.||Opportunities Through Sport||£20,000||South East||09/11/2015|
|White Lodge Centre||Specialist training courses for staff who provide care for children with complex autism and other special needs.||Special Needs and Care for Children and Young People||£19,084||South East||02/11/2016|
|Grange Centre for People with Disabilities (The)||The Slip Free Swimming Project - repairing the floor surface surrounding the indoor therapy pool||Opportunities Through Sport||£9,560||South East||26/02/2019|
|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|
|United Kingdom Sailing Academy||Towards the cost of refurbishing the Cowes Youth Centre to provide additional classroom and sporting facilities for the Academy||Opportunities Through Sport||£50,000||South East||29/11/2018|
|Durham Area Disability Leisure Group||Trampolining and other sports for people with special needs||Opportunities Through Sport||£1,845||North East||21/09/2017|
|Ocean Youth Trust (South)||To fund bursaries to enable disadvantaged and vulnerable young people to take part in sail training voyages.||Opportunities Through Sport||£10,000||South East||08/04/2015|
|Bendrigg Trust||To support the funding of a new residential accommodation at this outdoor education and adventure centre for disabled young people.||Opportunities Through Sport||£25,200||North West||08/04/2015|
|Ahoy Centre (The)||River based training and apprenticeship schemes for young people in South-East London.||Opportunities Through Sport||£15,000||South East||02/11/2016|
|Shepherds Down School Fund||Towards the cost of the Emotional Literacy Through the Arts programme at Shepherds Down School||Special Needs and Care for Children and Young People||£10,000||South East||28/05/2019|
|Watts Gallery||To support the funding for The Harrison Learning Studio and programme.||Trustees Discretion||£75,000||South East||09/07/2014|
|Life Cycle UK||“Two’s Company” – offering blind and visually impaired individuals joyful, liberating, life-enhancing days out cycling on tandem bicycles||Opportunities Through Sport||£20,384||South West||22/12/2014|
|Panathlon Foundation Limited (The)||To continue support for the expansion of the Panathlon Challanges programme which inspires young disabled people to use competitive sport as a means of personal and social development.||Opportunities Through Sport||£30,000||Nationwide||30/03/2016|
|Panathlon Foundation Limited (The)||To continue support for 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||08/04/2015|
|Erb's Palsy Group||To fund a Family Fun Day, a day of sports and leisure activities that is designed to make a difference to the whole family.||Opportunities Through Sport||£1,500||West Midlands||15/06/2015|
|Thomley Hall Centre Ltd||To support the costs of a new café and social centre to enable 160 disabled people and their families to eat and socialise together each day.||Special Needs and Care for Children and Young People||£25,000||South East||23/07/2015|
|Meath Epilepsy Trust (The)||To fund state of the art interactive technology in the new residential accommodation for young people with profound epilepsy.||Special Needs and Care for Children and Young People||£30,000||South East||08/04/2015|