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Since 2016 we have used new ideas and innovative methods to secure much-needed funding for local charities and would love you to get involved in helping to raise more.

BENEFITS OF BECOMING A STRATEGIC PARTNER

We partner with a range of organisations who would like to improve opportunities for young people, their families and wider society in other ways like:

  • Funding others
  • Collaborative working
  • Giving gifts in kind e.g. free venue space
  • Networks and relationship building
  • Statutory Partners

      We are looking for partners who share our vision and want to invest in the next generation of young people in Harrow. For more information please contact Ceri Morris, Partnerships Manager.

      Join us




      Other membership types

      If you do not meet STRATEGIC PARTNER criteria, we welcome connections and partnerships with a wide range of organisations that either work with or are keen to support children and young people and their families, directly, or indirectly, through training, support services, or financial donations. We offer a tiered membership and can invite you to join us by becoming one of the following:



      Other memberships

      (schools, private provider, donor/corporate, trust/foundation)



      our members have benefited from

      £559,792
      Funding raised through Donors and Corporate partnerships

      Young Harrow Foundation is a grant-giver charity and we support over 100 charities that deliver direct provision to children and young people in Harrow. Our aim is to help direct the funding to the right provider that positively impacts young people’s lives in specific areas and ensure money is targeting needs. Your donation will make a huge difference in the lives of children and young people. Contact us today for further information.

      1

      Make a Donation of over £10,000.

      We would love to meet you and find out how we can publicize you, offer you a place on the grants-giving decision panel, and arrange a visit for you or your staff to an exciting program you have funded. Contact us

      2

      Make a donation of £5,000 - £9,000.

      We would like to arrange a telephone/online conversation with you to find out how we can publicise your generous contribution. Our silver Members receive publicity on our site for 6 months from there donation date and then they will become a Bronze Champion. Contact us

      3

      Make a donation of £1,000 - £4,000.

      We would like to arrange a telephone/online conversation with you to find out how we can publicise your generous contribution. Our Bronze Members have there logo showing on this page for 24 months from the donation. Contact us




      Gold funding corporate and individual champions


      Strategic partners


      Silver funding corporate and individual champions


      Bronze funding corporate and individual champions

      Here our some of our larger events since our inception

      01 June 2022

      Build Back Together 2022

      The Build Back Together grants, totaling £123,205, were focused and combating the HAY Harrow needs.

      • Harrow School Invested £108,000
      • YHF invested £5,205
      • Deo Duce Foundation £10,000
      01 April 2022

      Holiday, Activities and Food programme corporate sponsorship 2022

      Corporate Sponsors for HAF helped provide £50,000 in 2022.

      • DVS Foundation invested £15,000 to open free spaces for Children, not on FSM but who would not normally be able to access these offers
      • Harrow Council Business Team funding £30,000 into a new employment program throughout the summer that then become the delivery team for 48,000 meals over the summer
      • Harrow School for Funding a SEND program of £5,000
      15 January 2021

      Build Back Better 2021

      The Build Back Together grants, totaling £135,780, opened the option to request funding for Core income or project cost towards work around the HAY Harrow Needs Analysis.

      • Harrow School Invested £100,000
      • YHF invested £15,000
      • Lawrence Grants Accountants £20,780
      03 August 2020

      Covid-19 Summer Small Grants

      Harrow School delivered a fundraising appeal and raised £32,000 that was granted to 16 charities. The Charities supported over 700 Young People in safe activities during the Epidemic.

      02 June 2020

      Rainbow Fostering Supporting Local

      Rainbow Fostering agreed to support a local Charity with funding of £5,000 and then food and equipment in the value of a further £4,000.

      22 January 2020

      Young Harrow Foundation Gala Dinner

      Lawrence Grant teamed up with Young Harrow Foundation to host a luxurious three-course black tie gala dinner event at the beautiful and prestigious Drapers Hall in the city of London. Together we raised £88,000 for YHF Members

      10 April 2019

      YHF small grants 2019

      YHF distributed £15,842.50 through a grants program that funded 16 Charities to sup[port with core funding to help improve the support to Children and Young People in Harrow. Funding was provided by John Lyon's Charity

      14 December 2018

      2018 the big give

      YHF partnered with Harrow Council, ES Broadcast, The Big Give and Childhood Trust to support YHF Members match fund great projects on The Big Give Christmas Challenge. Together we provided £80,000 of funding for YHF Members

      13 September 2018

      YHF small grants 2018

      YHF distributed £28,876 through a grants program that funded 13 Charities and delivered services for 900 Children and Young People in Harrow. Funding was provided by John Lyon's Charity

      15 December 2017

      2017 crowd funder partnership

      YHF provided £52,000 in 2017 when YHF partnered with Harrow Council, John Lyon's Charity, and ES Broadcast to support YHF Member's match fund great projects on Crowd Funder.

      20 September 2017

      YHF small grants 2017

      YHF distributed £39,194 through a grants program that funded 16 Charities and delivered services for 1,872 Children and Young People in Harrow. Funding was provided by John Lyon's Charity