Supporting and encouraging young people to learn and develop

18 January 2024

As a privately owned caterer serving delicious, fresh, seasonal food and high-quality service for 30 years, we are proud of our independent family heritage.  

Our passion, integrity and unique culture have enabled us to support and encourage young people – so through our support of outreach organisations, professional catering colleges and projects close to our hearts; we continue to invest in charities.

Our love of the hospitality industry inspired us to establish The Geoffrey Harrison Foundation to support young people in advancing their education and learning, helping over 1,963 aspiring chefs.  

Through our sponsorship and support of Springboard's FutureChef programme, we have helped to inspire 11–16-year-olds to build culinary skills and learn to cook, and through the support of The Royal Academy of Culinary Arts (Chefs Adopt a School), our chefs have delivered interactive and fun sessions to over 9,000 primary school children. We also take tremendous pleasure in supporting the English Schools Orchestra (ESO), which helps provide talented young orchestral musicians and singers the opportunity to perform.

Harrison recognises the importance of inspiring future generations and will continue to help and encourage young people with a passion for learning to develop their skills and grow as individuals.

 

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