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.
The 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 inspire people and shape the future so we can all thrive in a changing digital world
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 free platform for digital learning, providing digital skills and increased confidence to those supported by the Digital Inclusion Network.
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.
We work hard to improve digital capability for all
What we're up to
Kobra was struggling to afford to get online before visiting her local Digital Inclusion Hub. Since accessing free data, devices and digital skills training, her life has been transformed.
Virgin Media O2 opens 250 more databanks and boosts free mobile data this Christmas
Good Things Foundation's Strategic Partner, Virgin Media O2, announces all O2 owned stores will become National Databank Digital Inclusion Hubs giving out free connectivity to people most in need this festive season.
Insights from Lloyds Consumer Digital Index and Nominet’s Digital Youth Index
Two key reports launched last week and both highlight a growing digital exclusion gap. Head of Research and Data Insights, Katie Heard, discusses the key findings.