A grant of £5,000 to the Watermill Foundation is helping to promote cycling for diasbled people in Nairnshire, North-East Scotland.
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The Foundation has made a grant of £5,000 to the Belfast Community Sports Development Network to encourage teams playing in the girls self-development gaelic football league.
On 24 April 2018 our Trustees attended the opening ceremony of the new Harrison Centre at Reigate Grammar School. The RGS Harrison Centre is a wonderful new learning and community resource. It houses a new Sixth Form Centre complete with café and social facilities; a High Performance...
The Peter Harrison Foundation has made a grant of £75,000 over three years to the SportsAid Trust. Each year 25 young disabled sports stars of the future will receive a grant of £1,000 to help meet equipment and travel expenses. Wheelchair rugby player Faye West, one of the first recipients in 2017...
A grant from the Foundation for the charity Rhythmix has helped to bring live interactive music in the Royal Alexandra Children's Hospital in Brighton.
A grant to BOSP in Billericay has funded regular hydrotherapy sessions for children with complex special needs.
British Blind Sport has used a Foundation grant to pay for multi-sport 'have a go' days for young visually impaired people.
Young members of the Bulldogs Boxing Club in Port Talbot, South Wales, relax after a training session. The club introduces its members to a 'Five Pillars' programme of self-development and employability. A grant from the Foundation helped the club to extend its facilities for disabled members...
Youngsters on a short break in the Derbyshire countryside enjoy a kickabout in the 'sports barn' at CHICKS residential retreat near Ashbourne. The charity used a grant from the Foundation to refurbish the former farm building.
Moor House School, near Oxted in Surrey, is for pupils with complex speech and language difficulties. With the help of a grant from the Foundation they have completed Phase 2 of an ambitious development programme and opened a new residential campus for pupils aged 7-16 years.