Our vision is a world where everyone benefits from digital

We are a social change charity, helping people to improve their lives through digital. We tackle the most pressing social issues of our time, working with partners in thousands of communities across the UK and further afield.

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Coronavirus (COVID-19) and digital inclusion

Coronavirus has shown that digital exclusion is a public emergency and we need to collaborate, at pace, so that more people can be connected and supported during lockdown. Good Things Foundation is part of a partner campaign, DevicesDotNow, that seeks to provide a device, connectivity, and local support during this pandemic. We reflect on the first eight weeks of the DevicesDotNow campaign and our achievements to date, who we have reached, who we have yet to reach and some of the stories from the frontline. But we can do more and we need your help.

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Our impact

We’ve supported over 2m people to gain digital skills since 2010
82% of the people we support are socially excluded
We lead a movement of 5,000 centres and receive funding from government, charitable orgs & corporate partners

We make these good things happen

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A network of over 5,000 local community partners who help people improve their lives through digital.

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A website of free online courses, helping people develop digital skills to make the most of the online world.

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An Australia-wide movement building digital skills and confidence in older people.

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A curated collection of free courses, tools and templates to help people improve the digital skills they already have and progress in their work.

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Our thoughts

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Lockdown highlighted the relationship between digital and financial exclusion. How can we push for policy change in this area
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Starting again is scary, but that’s exactly what we’re doing in order to create the next generation of Learn My Way.
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Our Future Proof project is providing key insights on the factors needed to help people reach their learning goals