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The Harrow Development Trust (HDT) works with Old Harrovians, parents, grant-making trusts and friends of the School to raise funds for the development of the School's facilities as well as for Scholarships and bursaries for pupils.

The Trustees are pleased to report that income this year, 2015/16, reached a new record level, double the sum achieved last year. The Trustees and HDT extend grateful thanks to the many donors who choose to support the Trust's charitable objectives of Harrow School.

HDT is a registered charity no 296097

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Why give to Harrow?


Although rich and varied in many ways, Harrow’s general reserves are minimal and school fees do not generate a surplus for bursaries or building new facilities. Today, the School still needs your support.


Click here for a summary of the School's finances by the Bursar, Nick Shryane


Annual results 2015-2016

Income received £16,730,000

The number of individual's trusts or organisations who contributed to Harrow this year was 578, of which 176 were first-time donors. The level of income reached £16.7 Million, double last years' total. Click here for results.

Three Yards Annual Fund

The entire Harrow community is invited to support the Three Yards Annual Fund, which provides critical support for the School every year. Gifts may be designated for a particular House, unrestricted for the School, or for bursaries. You can make a one-off donation or contribute on a regular basis. To find out more click here or to make a donation now click here

Harrow gave me an education and opened up a world which my parents could never have afforded. I will never forget how lucky I am, and I am now contributing to the Three Yards Annual Fund in order to help another boy like me enjoy the extraordinary opportunities that Harrow offers" - Chris Travers (The Head Master's 20023)