Whether we’re taking forward projects that make a difference for people who need help now, advocating for sustainable change or building the evidence on digital poverty, all our work is powered by the fantastic organisations who support our work.
By providing seed-funding in 2021 and co-founding the Digital Poverty Alliance, Currys has supported our mission since day one. Their strategic partnership with Pennies has also enabled our Tech4Families programme to run successfully through the generosity of Currys customer donations, which allows us to purchase laptops for beneficiaries.
Institution of Engineering and Technology
From co-founding the Digital Poverty Alliance alongside Currys and the Learning Foundation, and providing seed-funding in 2021, the IET have continued to support and fund our work. Their input and that of many other discussions and roundtables helped set our ambitions and ensured we were led and informed by the community.
Proof-of-concept project supporters
Intel provided funding to our Tech4Teachers programme as part of their RISE strategy – their commitment to positive global impact embedded in our purpose to create technology that enriches lives.
Barclays also provided funding for the Tech4Teachers programme as part of their COVID-19 Community Aid Package, delivering vital relief to vulnerable communities impacted by the pandemic.
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