The MMP's activities are made possible by funding received from a number of organisations and individuals who want to make a positive difference to mathematics education and the public understanding of mathematics.

We received extremely generous initial funding from Cambridge University Press and Cambridge Assessment (formerly the University of Cambridge Local Examinations Syndicate).

Currently our activities are supported by funding from Cambridge Assessment; Cambridge University Press; an FQXi programme grant; HEIF 5 funding for knowledge exchange allocated to the University of Cambridge; ; MEI; a Templeton World Charity Foundation grant; and the Winton Foundation.

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 in-kind and financial support; the Faculty of Education has also provided significant support in kind.

Many private individuals have generously made donations to us, both large and small, and we would especially like to extend our heartfelt thanks to them, not only for their financial support, but also for the evidence their gifts provide of the importance they attach to our work, which we very much appreciate. We also particularly thank all those supporters who made donations in memory of the late Professor H.E. Daniels, and the family of Nicky Shaw.

We remain very grateful for past support from COPUS; the Clothworkers' Foundation; the Department for Education and Skills (DfES); EMTA (the Engineering and Marine Training Agency); EPSRC; the Ernest Cook Trust; the Faculty and Institute of Actuaries; the Ford Motor Company; IBM; the Goldman Sachs Foundation; Gresham College; the Isaac Newton Trust; Legal and General; Math for America; Microsoft Research; the NCETM; NESTA; the Nuffield Foundation; the Ogden Trust; the Peter Gruber Foundation; PPARC; the Royal Academy of Engineering; the Royal Commission for the Exhibition of 1851; the Royal Institution; the RSA; the Sansom-Eligator Foundation; Schlumberger; SHINE; STFC; Unilever; the Victor Rothschild Memorial Trust, and the Wellcome Trust. A number of departments and schools in the University of Cambridge have provided financial support, for which we are very grateful, and we have also received funding in the past from HEFCE funds allocated to the University of Cambridge to support and develop aspiration-raising activities and from the University of Cambridge's Active Communities Fund.

We would like to thank all of our sponsors, past and present, for their generous support.