1 in 14 UK households have no access to the internet at home (Ofcom 2023), limiting access to essential services and opportunities. Your donation today could help transform someone's life through digital. Together we can fix the digital divide.

Ways to support digital inclusion


"I'd like to donate money"

Donate today and help Good Things build a world where everyone has the opportunity to benefit from digital. Whether you’re an individual or business, giving a lot or a little - your donation really will make a difference.


"I work for an organisation that would like to donate old devices"

8 million households having problems affording communications services (Ofcom 2023).

Powered by Good Things, the National Device Bank is an alternative solution to IT asset disposal that tackles corporate e-waste and gets refurbished devices into the hands of people that can't afford their own. Organisations of any size and sector can donate used IT equipment and devices - it's a secure, sustainable and socially responsible solution for your organisation's end-of-life or unused tech.

"I'm an individual who would like to donate a device"

The National Device Bank only accepts donations from organisations, but if you have old tech that you'd like to responsibly dispose of, there are plenty of schemes to help you do this.

Three Reconnected Three accepts donations of old phones to help disadvantaged people get connected.

Recycle Your Electricals Recycle Your Electricals is a UK-wide campaign making it easier for everyone to reuse and recycle unwanted tech.

Reuse Directory Locate your local Reuse project that accepts individual donations for reuse.