The Future Digital Inclusion programme, run by Good Things Foundation and funded by the Department for Education (previously the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills) is helping 1 million people improve their lives through digital over five years. The largest digital inclusion programme in the UK, it uses the community reach of the Online Centres Network to support some of the hardest to reach groups in society, engaging them in digital and helping them to progress.
In 2016-17, 169 organisations in the Online Centres Network were funded through the Future Digital Inclusion programme.
231,773 people were reached, supported, and trained in Basic Digital Skills.
90% of Future Digital Inclusion learners progressed to further learning.
Future Digital Inclusion drove wider economic benefits equating to £101 million.