Fix the Digital Divide - For Good
We're calling for the Government to act on digital inclusion this party conference season.
These three things help us deliver our mission to fix the digital divide
National Device Bank
Good Things Foundation is building the UK's first ever National Device Bank. Devices will be provided to people in need by thousands of community organisations in Good Things Foundation's network. Find out how you can help.
The National Databank is providing free data to 500,000 people in need via Good Things Foundation’s network of community partners, in partnership with Virgin Media O2, Vodafone and Three.
Our network is made up of thousands of community partners in the UK. It reaches deep into communities to help people gain the support and skills they need to change their lives and overcome social challenges.
How can we help you?
Let us know who you are and what you're looking for, and we'll help get you to the right place.
We're the people behind...
Get Online Week The biggest digital inclusion campaign in the UK and Australia, taking place in October each year.
Learn My Way A website of free online courses, helping people develop digital skills to make the most of the online world.
Make It Click A curated collection of free resources to help people improve their digital skills and progress in their careers.
Our network A network of thousands of community organisations who help people improve their lives through digital.
3.5 million people have been supported to gain digital skills since 2010
83% of the people we support are socially excluded
Thousands of centres are part of our movement for a 100% digitally included nation
"I do get a little bit down sometimes because of my illness. But just being able to talk to my family online has helped a great deal."
Latest news and insights
Virgin Media O2 becomes first strategic partner of Good Things Foundation with £2m donation to help fix the digital divide – for good
Virgin Media O2 is donating £2 million to Good Things Foundation to help disadvantaged people across the country get online, stay connected, and gain vital digital skills, as part of a new three year partnership.