Maths SkillsInspire Middleton is responsible for raising its own funds to undertake its work and fulfill its charitable objectives. We are funded through a variety of means;  applying for grants towards the work that we do, individual gifts and donations from supporters, room hire and general fundraising.

The Lighthouse Project and Middleton Central Foodbank are part of our core work and funding targets, they are not local authority supported.

100000 visits picture Feb 2015 Lighthouse - smlA lot of our work is undertaken by volunteers who give of their time and experience free of charge, and it is primarily because of this we have been able to achieve so much since we first opened. The Lighthouse Project has seen 100,000 visits through the doors since June 2010 up to January 2015.

We are open to new opportunities to raise funds, and for grants to support our work helping local people.

For information on our current and past funding grant funding click the sections below. If you are interested in supporting our work personally you can find more information and a donation facility on the Personal Support page.

Current Grant Funders

Current Grant Funders
These are the current funders who we receive grants from: John Grant Davis Trust (Community Grant) Workers Education Association (ESF Community Grant) Tinder Foundation ( Future Digital Inclusion Fund) Tinder...

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Previous Grant Funders

Previous Grant Funders
These are some of the organisations that have funded us through short term grants or donations which have helped us to grow in different ways from purchasing equipment to helping...

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Personal Support

Personal Support
We currently need help to raise £6,500 per month to cover our project costs for the coming year. So far our work has been funded by applying for short term grants; and these...

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