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|
|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|
|Great Britain Wheelchair Rugby||To continue supporting the Sports Science and Innovation Project which will identify and develop wheelchair rugby athletes.||Opportunities Through Sport||£20,000||Nationwide||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|
|Us in a Bus||To support ‘Intensive Interaction’ a technique to stimulate and communicate with young people with profound autism and other complex disabilities.||Special Needs and Care for Children and Young People||£10,000||South East||08/04/2015|
|The PACE Centre Ltd||To support Phase 2 of the building programme which will provide new classrooms and therapy rooms for children with cerebral palsy and other disabling conditions.||Special Needs and Care for Children and Young People||£25,000||South East||08/04/2015|
|Young Enterprise||To support the ‘Team’ programme giving children with special needs opportunities for some commercial and business experience.||Special Needs and Care for Children and Young People||£15,000||South East||08/04/2015|
|Friends of Five Acre Wood School||To purchase play equipment, an ‘Eagle’s Nest’ swing with safety surfacing, a climbing frame and wooden bridges.||Special Needs and Care for Children and Young People||£18,141||South East||08/04/2015|
|Action for Children||To fund the upgrade and refurbishment of the multi-sensory room (Snoezelen) at Pastens which specialises in the care of children with profound disabilities and complex behavioural problems.||Special Needs and Care for Children and Young People||£10,000||South East||08/04/2015|
|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|
|St Ann's Hospice||To fund two days of care in the hospice.||Trustees Discretion||£12,000||North West||08/04/2015|
|Get Kids Going!||Support for charity.||Trustees Discretion||£5,000||Nationwide||08/04/2015|
|Reigate Grammar School||Sixth Form Centre - Build Costs.||Opportunities Through Education||£3,075,000||South East||08/04/2015|
|Samaritans||To support the funding for a new computerised telephone system intended to deliver considerable operational efficiencies.||Trustees Discretion||£150,000||Nationwide||08/04/2015|
|Strode Park Foundation||To support the funding for a small hydrotherapy/exercise pool for children and adults with disabilities.||Opportunities Through Sport||£22,950||South East||08/04/2015|
|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|
|Duke of Edinburgh's Award (The)||To support the Diamond (Jubilee) Leaders initiative specifically in the South East targeting children and young people with special needs or other disadvantages.||Opportunities Through Sport||£100,000||Nationwide||08/04/2015|
|Cyclopark Trust||To support the funding of a new building, Cyclo4All Hub, which will provide storage facilities for specialised cycles and other equipment, a base for events and shelter.||Opportunities Through Sport||£25,000||South East||08/04/2015|
|Wolverhampton Amateur Boxing Club||To fund boxing equipment for non contact boxing.||Opportunities Through Sport||£2,000||West Midlands||17/03/2015|
|Down Syndrome Training and Support Service Ltd||To support, for a year, the costs of regular dance classes for children.||Opportunities Through Sport||£1,200||North West||17/03/2015|
|Disability Solutions West Midlands||To purchase a New Age Kurling Kit.||Opportunities Through Sport||£480||West Midlands||17/03/2015|
|West Glasgow Carers Centre||To support Young Carers Angling for Achievement, a weekly angling programme.||Opportunities Through Sport||£1,020||Scotland||17/03/2015|
|St Christopher's Fellowship||To fund sports equipment.||Opportunities Through Sport||£1,152||South East||17/03/2015|
|Yeovil Shopmobility||To support ‘This Ability 2015’, a taster Sports Day for people with disabilities to showcase different sport opportunities available in South Somerset.||Opportunities Through Sport||£850||South West||17/03/2015|
|Jigsaw Trust||To support the purchase of two indoor bicycles for children with autism.||Opportunities Through Sport||£2,321||South East||17/03/2015|
|CHAT (children, health and therapy)||To support short term respite care packages for families with children who have complex health needs.||Special Needs and Care for Children and Young People||£2,500||South East||17/03/2015|