What we do
Our vision is a world where everyone benefits from digital. We want people to be digitally able, equal and safe, so they can be happier, healthier and better off.
Our network We partner with community organisations, creating impact, locally and together as a network.
National Databank We work with partners to provide free data to people in need.
National Device Bank We source and refurbish devices to distribute to people in need.
We improve people’s lives, individually and at scale
82% of the people we support are socially excluded
Thousands of organisations are part of our movement in the UK
Over 3.5 million people worldwide have been supported to gain digital skills since 2010
We co-design free online learning resources to help people take their first and further steps online
We're builders. We build networks, we build learning products and we build awareness. The things we build are the platforms we use for raising awareness of the digital divide.
Learn My Way A website of free online courses, helping people develop digital skills to make the most of the online world.
Make It Click A curated collection of free resources to help people improve their digital skills and progress in their careers.
Good Things Foundation Learning Australia Our Australian online learning platform has specially designed courses and curated free resources to help people improve their digital skills.
What we're up to
Good Things Foundation is one of the first Living Pension Employers
Good Things Foundation has signed up to become a Living Pension Employer, supporting employees to build up a pension pot that meets the cost of living.
Greater Manchester Databank celebrates milestones in supporting vulnerable residents and families in poverty
With just 9 months in action, the Greater Manchester Databank has reached a significant milestone in supporting 100 Digital Inclusion Hubs to distribute 20,000 SIMs to people in need.
Spring Budget 2023: Good Things Foundation responds
Our Group CEO Helen Milner responds to the Spring Budget 2023: Investment in digital technology, but falling short of digital inclusion