Health and wellbeing

People without digital skills are the group already most likely to experience health inequalities – it’s clear there’s a growing need to increase digital health literacy and skills. Digital tools can help people take charge of their own health and make the right choices for them.

Featured projects

Widening Digital Participation

Good Things Foundation ran a three-year programme - Widening Digital Participation - funded by NHS Digital. Widening Digital Participation aims to reduce digital exclusion in the UK, and ensure people have the skills they need to access relevant health information and health services online.

#SeeItDifferently: Reducing Parental Conflict

Good Things Foundation partnered with relationship experts OnePlusOne to produce digital content that will help parents recognise conflict in their lives and learn new ways of managing conflict to produce healthier and more positive outcomes for everyone in the family.


Connect Up

Connect Up is a new project from Good Things Foundation, funded by the Scheinberg Relief Fund, to tackle loneliness and social isolation in older people.