Support us

There are loads of ways you can support Maths on Toast, from volunteering, to giving us old stuff, to giving us money through the handy button below:

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Why would I give Maths on Toast money?

You might love maths and want to help us share that; you might feel that every family should be able to enjoy maths and have access to the (life changing) opportunities that it opens up. Our budgets are tiny, so even a small donation might do something really significant, like keep our website going for another week or month. In the words of Archimedes, a famous mathematician, ‘Give me a place to stand, and a lever, and I will move the world’. You’ll be helping us with that place to stand – and so with our mission to create positive experiences of maths for everyone.


What sort of stuff do you need?

We’re a community organisation so we thought we’d see if we could do our bit towards recycling and productive re-use! If you are throwing out any of the following, please consider sending them to us instead.

  • Crayons and colouring pencils (with plenty of use left in them)
  • A digital camera (for use at our events: we’re looking for an old, but high quality model)

If you have any of those things please get in touch through the contact form. Thanks very much for the recent donation of a scanner/printer!


What sort of volunteers do you need?

If you’re interested in helping, please drop us a line. Maybe you want to help at our events; maybe you would like to offer admin or strategic support. At any one time we generally have ten or so Activity Helpers, an Evaluation / Marketing volunteer, a Social Media Volunteer, a few Advisors (e.g. Business; Design) and of course our Trustees.  If you’re interested in getting involved, please do get in touch.


Do you work with businesses?

We’re really interested in developing more partnerships with businesses. Perhaps you want a fun way to connect to your local community – or perhaps you use maths a lot and want to inspire young people to value and enjoy it too.  We can use help in the form of skills, money, sellotape, straws and who knows what else.  Please get in touch: everyone’s different and there are lots of ways we might be able to work together.