News, thoughts & stories
We like to think we’re experts in all things digital inclusion, technology for social good, community learning...in fact, quite a few things! If you’d like to know what we know, why not take a look at our latest news, thoughts and stories.
‘More than just digital support, a true community’
Through volunteering at People Know How, Callum found a way to merge his love for customer service, digital technology and helping those in need through community support.
Accessing devices helps Shahana gain confidence and independence
Data, devices, and learning digital skills has helped Shahana work towards employability and becoming a Digital Champion
“Since accessing the Databank… it’s been a like a weight’s been lifted”
Data and devices helped ease Elhum*’s experiences of juggling bills and managing family life.
Community Digital Skills Pathway helps Ali gain confidence and overcome isolation
Ali tells us how taking part in the Community Digital Skills pathway has helped him to become less isolated and more confident using the internet.
Samuel and Sheona on becoming Digital Champions
Digital Champions Samuel and Sheona tell us what the role is like and what they enjoy about it.
Money anxieties relieved through local support
How Start Point helped Ronald overcome his money worries and get support.
Getting your finances in order with digital
Crossgates and District Good Neighbours scheme has helped dozens of elderly people find the confidence to use the internet to manage their money.
Getting in control of your finances through digital
SmartLyte, one of Good Things Foundation’s ‘Nobody in The Dark’ programme community partners, tell us how they’ve been supporting vulnerable people to improve their financial literacy through digital skills training.
Nobody in the Dark helps Ingrid’s finances and wellbeing
Ingrid tells us how seeking support from Clean Slate, one of our Nobody in the Dark partners, helped her save money and overcome her mental health challenges.
Centre support helps mother of four start again
The Wai Yin Centre in Manchester has helped a family to begin a new life, through the HMRC Support and Advice programme and wider support.
How joining the network helped us to grow
Hear from Christine Locke, Founder and Chief Executive of Diversity House, about how being part of the Online Centres Network has helped her organisation to thrive.
Volunteering at Good Things Foundation: Tony’s story
Hear from Tony, one of our Community Champion Volunteers, about why he enjoys the role so much.