Helping vulnerable people start and stay safe online

Good Things Foundation is partnering with TalkTalk to digitally support vulnerable people in some of the most deprived wards across the UK.

From August 2017 through to July 2018 24 Online Centres will help over 1200 people in their communities learn to stay safe online and improve their digital capability. Homeless people, families in poverty, and people with poor mental health will be among those who are helped through the innovative programmes run by these centres, focussed on staying safe online.

Project Map

The project map gives an up to date snapshot of the progression of the project, the map details the project impact and lists the funded Online Centres participating.


Contact us

To find out more about the programme email us at hello@goodthingsfoundation.org

Project partner

Getting clued up on online safety

A volunteer has been boosting her own internet security skills as well as her learners’ thanks to our online safety course.

Building digital confidence

Good Things Foundation has been working with TalkTalk since August 2016 and now we're developing our partnership further.

We team up with TalkTalk

We've partnered with TalkTalk to launch a new internet safety course.