The IAPS Charitable Trust

The IAPS Charitable Trust, (or itrust) created in 2011, is the charity through which the association directs most of its charitable and social responsibility activities. Its broad aim is to support the education of children and their teachers.

In 2012 the IAPS Benevolent Fund and the IAPS Bursary Trust merged with the new charity, bringing their funds and experience to strengthen itrust’s work. In December 2013 the IAPS Orchestra Trust merged with itrust, which allowed the charity to extend its work to support the musical education of children.

Today, itrust’s work is supported by the income from funds provided by the original charities, regular donations from IAPS funds generated from enterprise activities, fundraising activities in IAPS schools and generous donors.

The Harrison Memorial Fund awards grants to young people aged 8 – 14 who need financial support to attend residential music courses in the UK. The courses principally supported are the National Schools Symphony Orchestras (NSSO and Young NSSO), the National Preparatory School Orchestras (NPSO) and the Junior Eton Choral Courses (JECC).

To request a grant application form, please contact the Harrison Memorial Fund Secretary Mr John Brett at johnbrett62@yahoo.com in the first instance.

Registered in England 7728215 Registered Charity Number 1143241

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