Nationwide Building Society

Nationwide are our lead funder and have played a crucial role in getting National Numeracy from concept to reality. Nationwide committed to support National Numeracy for four years, which has been providing us with a fantastic platform to start to get other businesses involved as well.


The Rayne Foundation

The Rayne Foundation co-funded NPC's 'Count me in' Report, have been heavily involved on the National Numeracy Steering Group and have provided funding for practical projects and for addressing public attitudes to numeracy - including the National Numeracy Challenge. In addition Lord Moser, is one of our Trustees.


The John Lyon's Charity

The John Lyon's Charity co-funded NPC's 'Count me in' Report (link as above), and are providing funding over three years for our first project: ‘Raising achievement for all pupils in Years 3 & 4 Mathematics’.

The Mercers' Company

The Education Committee of The Mercers' Charitable Foundation have as its focus Maths, Science and Technology, and as such have agreed to support National Numeracy with crucial funding over the next three years. This will allow us to offer opportunities for underachieving groups, improve educational achievement and help build students' life skills.

The Man Group Charitable Trust

The Man Group Charitable Trust was established in 1978 to fund a positive change in society. They have provided us with essential start up funds to support our staffing costs over the next two years.


Paul Hamlyn Foundation

The Paul Hamlyn Foundation make grants to organisations which aim to maximise opportunities for individuals to experience a full quality of life, both now and in the future. They have provided us with funds to develop and trial our Parental Engagement and Firm Foundations projects.



We have also received funding from both the Arbuthnot Banking Group Plc and The Rothschild Foundation, for general support and towards our practical projects.

Also read the growing support for the National Numeracy Challenge from celebrities, businesses, the education sector, MPs and more.



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