Over the past 18 years the Foundation has made 1132 grants to 673 charities, totalling £40,239,109.
This page shows in detail grants awarded from 1 June 2009 - 24 July 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|
|Scout Association (The)||To support the production of over 80,000 booklets entitled “Our Sporting Adventure” which will enable children and young people to be inspired by the Olympics and try new sporting activities.||Trustees Discretion||£50,000||Nationwide||17/08/2011|
|Children's Trust (The) - Tadworth||To support the refurbishment of the Education Centre.||Special Needs and Care for Children and Young People||£50,000||South East||09/07/2014|
|Street League (The)||To support the operational costs associated with running the Street Football and Academy programmes in Glasgow and Manchester for disadvantaged young adults.||Opportunities Through Sport||£50,000||Nationwide||21/03/2013|
|Orpheus Trust (The)||To help fund an outreach programme for young people with disabilities to deliver music and art to other disadvantaged young people in schools and other settings.||Special Needs and Care for Children and Young People||£50,000||South East||09/07/2014|
|Watford Grammar School for Boys||Sport Ability Health & Fitness Project. This Project provides up to 60 young people with a learning disability aged 11-25 with a structured and comprehensive fitness and healthy eating programme for 34 sessions per year.||Opportunities Through Sport||£50,000||East of England||03/11/2011|
|Lord's Taverners (The)||The fourth year of funding to support The Lord's Taverners Sports Disability Project.||Opportunities Through Sport||£50,000||Nationwide||04/06/2009|
|Exeter Royal Academy for Deaf Education||To support the costs of rebuilding the school on a new site, specifically a new Multi Use Games Area.||Opportunities Through Sport||£50,000||South West||23/07/2015|
|YMCA East Surrey||To support the redevelopment of a new disabled sports facility.||Opportunities Through Sport||£50,000||South East||09/11/2015|
|St Michael's Church, Betchworth||To fund the Lady Chapel Vestry Project.||Trustees Discretion||£50,000||South East||21/03/2013|
|YMCA East Surrey||Sports Facility - Year 2 Funding||Opportunities Through Sport||£50,000||South East||02/11/2016|
|Lord's Taverners (The)||The fourth year of funding to support The Lord's Taverners Sports Disability Project.||Opportunities Through Sport||£50,000||Nationwide||03/06/2010|
|Moor House School||To help fund new residential houses for younger pupils with speech and language difficulties.||Special Needs and Care for Children and Young People||£50,000||South East||22/12/2014|
|Goalball UK||To support the Mens and U19 GB Goalball Teams in their player development, squad training and key GB competitions.||Opportunities Through Sport||£49,950||Nationwide||21/03/2013|
|Blind Veterans UK||To fund the Green Gym Project. The creation of an outdoor gym at the Brighton Rehabilitation and Training Centre for use by blind veterans.||Opportunities Through Sport||£49,580||South East||27/09/2012|
|National Maritime Museum||Additional funding for the new projection equipment in the Peter Harrison Planetarium.||Trustees Discretion||£49,550||London||18/06/2013|
|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|
|Caldecott Foundation (The)||Support for the construction of a specialist Vocational Learning Centre to bring opportunities to enable severely damaged children to move from care to independence and towards a positive future.||Special Needs and Care for Children and Young People||£45,000||South East||03/11/2011|
|Woodland Centre Trust (The) - (Camp Mohawk)||To support the ‘Count Me In’ project which provides recreational facilities and activities to families with special needs children during school holidays.||Special Needs and Care for Children and Young People||£45,000||South East||13/05/2013|
|SeeAbility||Recruitment of Speech & Language Therapist.||Special Needs and Care for Children and Young People||£45,000||South East||08/11/2010|
|Rose Road Association (The)||Increase in the number of bed nights available at the Bradbury Centre.||Special Needs and Care for Children and Young People||£45,000||South East||05/05/2011|
|Medical Engineering Resource Unit||To provide a Computer Numerical Control machine which will be used by engineers to make a huge range of items to assist disabled children.||Special Needs and Care for Children and Young People||£44,258||South East||13/05/2013|
|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|
|Seashell Trust - (Royal School for the Deaf & Communication Disorders)||To support the continuation and development of the children's able and disabled sports programme.||Opportunities Through Sport||£42,500||North West||04/06/2009|
|St Luke's Church||To support the funding for Phase 1 of the redevelopment project.||Trustees Discretion||£42,000||South East||16/12/2014|
|Pedal Power||To fund the salary of a Cycle Hire Supervisor which will help towards securing the success of Pedal Power. This project provides trikes and accessories and trained staff and volunteers to give disabled people the opportunity to cycle.||Opportunities Through Sport||£41,745||Wales||03/11/2011|