Sir Harry’s art philanthropy began in the 1970s and extends beyond the realm of art to include contributions towards and involvement in education, health, theatre and heritage. The Djanogly studio at the Royal Ballet School in London for example, is named after him following a generous donation to the School.
Sir Harry is also a patron of the UNESCO City of Literature in Nottingham. An organisation that aims to maintain high quality initiatives of editorials, publishing houses, educational programmes, libraries and events linked to literature within the city.
He is also a loyal contributor to the Nottingham Playhouse and has an orchestra named after him in the city. The Djanogly Community Orchestra is a friendly amateur orchestra based in Nottingham for over 20 years. Their name derives from the Djanogly City Academy, who provide the orchestra with rehearsal facilities.
Sir Harry’s name is also affiliated with the Djanogly Out-Patients department at the world famous Great Ormond Street Hospital for children. His charitable work is admirable and has helped people from all walks of life.