NRICH is part of the Millennium Mathematics Project
, a collaboration between the Faculty of Mathematics and Faculty of Education at the University of Cambridge. Our activities are made possible by funding received from a number of organisations and individuals committed to making a positive contribution to mathematics education.
NRICH is currently funded by donations and grants supporting specific activities from:
- Cambridge Assessment
- Cambridge University Press
- Isaac Newton Trust
- Templeton World Charity Foundation
- Trinity College, University of Cambridge
The University of Cambridge's Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics and Department of Pure Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics have been most generous in providing very significant financial and in-kind support; the Faculty of Education has also provided significant support in kind.
NRICH has been supported in the past by Citi Foundation; the Clothworkers' Foundation, the DfES, the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC), the Ernest Cook Trust, the John Templeton Foundation, the London Mathematical Society, Math for America, the Nuffield Foundation, NCETM, the Ogden Trust, Sansom-Eligator Foundation, SHINE, Victor Rothschild Memorial
Trust, the Winton Foundation; and HEFCE funds given to the University of Cambridge to develop widening participation and aspiration raising activities. In particular, we would like to thank Cambridge University Press and Cambridge Assessment (formerly the University of Cambridge Local Examinations Syndicate) for extremely generous initial core funding.
We would like to thank all of our sponsors, past and present, for their generous support.
We are enormously grateful to all the organisations and individuals who support us. For more information on how to support NRICH, or to make a donation, please see here.