The Digital Poverty alliance was delighted to be recognised as ‘internet hero of the year’ at the ISPA internet industry and broadband awards.
Month: November 2022.
This year’s Autumn statement takes place in the context of serious economic challenges. We are concerned that these measures alone will not address the challenges faced by individuals and families who are having to make difficult decisions between food, heating and staying connected.
Community TechAid is a charity based in Lambeth, supporting communities to get online by providing access to technology and digital skills. Working with the Digital Poverty Alliance has been so beneficial to our work.
Getting Oxfordshire Online is a collaboration between three charities in Oxfordshire. We’re all about helping people who haven’t got access to technology to get online. Whether that’s through devices, connectivity, or support.
The Digital Poverty Alliance has helped us by using collective expertise in technology and data to create an ecosystem that has enabled us to deliver the maximum impact possible with limited resources.
The Digital Poverty Alliance, one year on… has grown to 570 community members, built a definitive evidence base, and distributed 1,650 devices to schools in need.