Partner with us

A big thank you to all our funders.  With your support The Mill can continue to enhance the quality of life for our local community in a more rich, successful and meaningful way.

  • Ahmadiyah Muslim Elders Community (Charity Peace Walk 2017)
  • Aviva Community Fund
  • B&Q
  • Big Lottery Fund – Awards for All
  • Chapman Charitable Trust
  • Comic Relief Local Communities Programme
  • Co-operative Community Fund
  • Cygnus Trust
  • Garfield Weston Foundation
  • Goldsmiths’ Company
  • London Borough of Waltham Forest
  • St James Big Local
  • Stow Brothers
  • The Mall (Charity of the Year 2017)
  • Trusthouse Charitable Foundation
  • Tudor Trust
  • Viridor Ltd

If you’ve any information on potential funders or funding opportunities we’re always keen to hear about them!  Please email helen@themille17.org.

“It really is a fabulous, resourceful centre and an incredibly valuable community hub that would not be possible without the dedication of volunteers.”
Martin Esom, Chief Executive London Borough of Waltham Forest

“[We] were so impressed with what you have achieved so far and know there’s a lot more potential for The Mill yet.”
Comic Relief Local Communities Fund spokesperson

“Due to the nature of your application, the committee agreed that it reached “STAR” status. STAR applications highlight projects that fully meet our criteria, and received unanimous support from the committee.”
Viridor Ltd, Charitable Donations Team

“The Mill is truly inspirational; a testament to what communities can achieve. The impact The Mill has on people’s lives is phenomenal; I see it in my case workload the number of people who are referred to The Mill and the amount of support they receive directly and indirectly. People know they can get support, not just in using the building, but lots of informal support when they are going through a really tough time. I know first-hand that The Mill has had a transformative effect on people’s lives and the work that you do here is absolutely extraordinary.”
Leader of Waltham Forest Council, Clare Coghill