Charity welcomes grant applications to improve numeracy skills

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The Rayne Foundation, the organisation behind the National Numeracy charity, is seeking grant applications to address numeracy problems.

The Foundation aims to support positive social change using a mix of grant-making and pro-active programmes, and in 2010 commissioned 'Count Me In', a research report by New Philanthropy Capital. In 2012 the National Numeracy charity was founded after the Foundation identified numeracy as an area of special interest. The world-famous statistician Lord Claus Moser was nominated as a trustee.

While National Numeracy is growing, the Rayne Foundation is welcoming grant applications to address numeracy problems. Further details can be found on the Rayne Foundation website or by contacting the Rayne Foundation directly.

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