The Foundation has made 1,639 grants to 997 charities, totalling £50,609,088.
This page shows all grants awarded from 1 June 2017 onwards. New grants data will be updated after each Trustee Meeting.
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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|
|Bright Ideas for Tennis||Towards the costs of expanding the I Play 30 programme nationwide to provide opportunities for individuals with disabilities to play tennis in a supportive, non-judgemental environment.||Opportunities Through Sport||£20,000||Nationwide||20/04/2022|
|Time to Talk West Berkshire||Towards the cost of the effective implementation of the Silver Cloud Mental Health Technology, with a focus on supporting children and young people in low-income communities,||Special Needs and Care for Children and Young People||£20,000||South East||20/04/2022|
|Wintercomfort for the Homeless||Towards the cost of delivering a sports programme to enhance the lives of homeless adults in Cambridge through sport and physical activity||Opportunities Through Sport||£15,000||East of England||20/04/2022|
|The Ridgeway School||Towards the costs of providing music therapy to pupils from economically deprived backgrounds who have severe and profound multiple learning difficulties.||Special Needs and Care for Children and Young People||£15,000||South East||20/04/2022|
|Tackling Awareness of mental Health issues||To support implementation of the Champions of Wellbeing programme over two years||Opportunities Through Sport||£20,000||Northern Ireland||20/04/2022|
|3Pillars Project||To support the delivery of the Nottingham Community Gym Project.||Opportunities Through Sport||£15,000||East Midlands||20/04/2022|
|The Wingate Special Childrens Trust||To purchase equipment that is instrumental in supporting Rebound Therapy, particularly in regard to clients with complex needs.||Opportunities Through Sport||£2,027||North West||08/04/2022|
|Amy and Friends||To contribute to supporting up to 12 families in the South East who have children with Cockayne Syndrome, Trichothiodystrophy and other related disorders.||Special Needs and Care for Children and Young People||£4,505||South East||08/04/2022|
|Deaf World||Towards venue hire for indoor nets training and professional cricket coaching for deaf and hard of hearing young people as part of the Midlands Cricket Project.||Opportunities Through Sport||£4,000||West Midlands||08/04/2022|
|Frozen Light||Towards the cost of performances at Worthing Theatre, West Sussex for multi-sensory theatre productions for young adults with profound and multiple learning disabilities.||Special Needs and Care for Children and Young People||£1,000||South East||08/04/2022|
|The Robins Foundation||Towards the cost of visually impaired football for 5-18-year-olds||Opportunities Through Sport||£4,000||South West||08/04/2022|
|Wolverhampton Youth Zone||To support coaching, a Youth Worker, and project costs associated with providing Wheelchair Basketball.||Opportunities Through Sport||£2,468||West Midlands||08/04/2022|
|Yad Voezer Day Centre Limited||To support the cycle hire element of the CycleU cycling club for learning disabled users.||Opportunities Through Sport||£4,000||South East||08/04/2022|
|Family Support Work||Towards the cost of afterschool clubs and one-to-one support for at risk children and young people from known vulnerable families, particularly in Bognor, West Sussex.||Special Needs and Care for Children and Young People||£4,000||South East||18/01/2022|
|The Eikon Charity||School transition support for vulnerable children in Surrey||Special Needs and Care for Children and Young People||£20,000||South East||18/01/2022|
|Down Syndrome Cheshire||Dance sessions for people with Down Syndrome||Opportunities Through Sport||£3,000||North West||18/01/2022|
|Lincolnshire YMCA||Accessible sports programme for young people with special needs and disabilities||Opportunities Through Sport||£15,000||East Midlands||18/01/2022|
|Swinton Lions Community Sports Foundation||Disability Rugby League programme||Opportunities Through Sport||£5,000||North West||18/01/2022|
|Loughborough University||Peter Harrison Centre for Disability Sport - Year 18||Opportunities Through Sport||£100,000||Nationwide||18/01/2022|
|Dame Vera Lynn Children's Charity||Towards the cost of delivering Conductive Education sessions for children with cerebral palsy and similar impairments, including a contribution to the salary of the Head of Centre||Special Needs and Care for Children and Young People||£17,715||South East||18/01/2022|
|West Berkshire Mencap||Towards the redevelopment of a disability-friendly playground||Special Needs and Care for Children and Young People||£3,500||South East||18/01/2022|
|Welcare||Towards the salary of a Specialist Playworker for children of vulnerable mothers and families||Special Needs and Care for Children and Young People||£12,000||South East||18/01/2022|
|The Wheelchair Football Association||To support the WFA's Community Engagement Programme to encourage young disabled people to play wheelchair football||Opportunities Through Sport||£21,000||Nationwide||18/01/2022|
|Goalball UK||Training camps for elite Goalball UK Teams||Opportunities Through Sport||£20,000||North East||18/01/2022|
|Kent Autistic Trust||Support Worker for families of autistic children and young people||Special Needs and Care for Children and Young People||£15,000||South East||18/01/2022|