Jobs and money

A financially inclusive society ensures those who are in work are able to manage their wages and those out of work are able to effectively budget their benefits.

Featured projects

Power Up

Power Up is a pioneering initiative, launched by Good Things Foundation with the financial support of J.P. Morgan, to drive economic inclusion through digital in communities - powering up people, provision and places.


Nobody in the Dark

Nobody in the Dark was first launched in March 2020 to offer immediate support to digitally and financially excluded people in the UK, especially those in poverty hit hardest by the impact of COVID-19. Relaunched in the summer of 2021, the coalition of Good Things Foundation, Mastercard, Lloyds Banking Group and Clean Slate continues to make sure no one is left behind by the digital revolution.


Skills for Tomorrow

Through our partnership with BT, we're helping to support older and vulnerable people through free support, which will help them to get online and make the most of the digital tools modern life increasingly depends on.


Private: Make It Click

With funding from, the philanthropy arm of Google, we’re building a new offer of support for people who are online but only use the internet in a limited way.


Future Proof: Skills for Work

Good Things Foundation is partnering with Accenture and Nesta to deliver the Future Proof: Skills for Work programme. The programme has been helping build work-related skills for unemployed or underemployed people, helping them achieve positive employability outcomes.


Digital capability fund

Together with Lloyds Banking Group, we’ve devised a digital inclusion programme that will have an impact on supporting people with low financial and digital literacy.


Money Advice Service financial inclusion project

The Money Advice Service (MAS) Financial Inclusion Project undertook a research project in 2021 to support 720 individuals to improve their financial capability.