What we offer

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Achieving social change through digital requires partnership.

That’s why we’re always looking for brilliant new organisations to work with.

Work with us

We design and deliver social inclusion and digital inclusion programmes through

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a UK wide network of community organisations

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a range of customised and unique learning digital resources

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delivering inspiring training


The partnerships we’ve forged have helped millions of people to transform their lives through digital.

We’re keen to hear from potential partners with ambition, commitment and a passion for helping people engage with digital technology to improve their lives.

What we've done

We've helped many organisations achieve a powerful social impact at local, national and international levels.

Here are some we're particularly proud of:

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Good Things Foundation is working in partnership with Salford City Council to deliver Digital You, a digital inclusion programme at the heart of the Council’s strategy to make Salford a truly digital city.

The programme will activate a network of community based organisations in Salford, to create a movement for change across the city. The model is focused firmly on sustainability, laying the foundations for digital inclusion activity to continue beyond the end of the programme


English My Way is a community-based English language project, developed by Good Things Foundation in partnership with the BBC and the British Council, to support adults with no or low levels of English language skills.

Find out more about English My Way

Widening Digital Participation


Good Things Foundation is running a three-year programme - Widening Digital Participation - funded by NHS Digital. The programme will ensure people have the skills they need to access relevant health information and health services online.

Phase 2 of the programme will run from April 2017 to March 2020, working with 20 Pathfinder projects across England to develop interventions that support the furthest first.

Projects will be focussed on working in partnership across an area, working with local authorities, NHS Testbeds, Vanguards, Health and Wellbeing boards, Public Health England and other local initiatives.

Find out more about Widening Digital Participation

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