Thanks for signing up to be part of ending digital poverty.
There’s lots of ways to get involved, from supporting someone who needs help to get online to supporting our campaigns and projects.
Find out how you and your organisation can address digital poverty in the UK.
Here’s how you can help
Raise awareness of the work of the DPA and encourage others to join the movement.
Share data with us
Share evidence, research or helpful resources that can help fight digital poverty.
Signpost to resources
Signpost anyone who needs it to the right support on digital poverty.
Support our funding
Support the DPA’s campaigns, initiatives and schemes.
Build mission into work
Sign up your organisation to the DPA’s mission.
Show your support
Take the next step – pledge now to take either or both of these actions! Every action you can take helps the millions of people who are living with digital poverty.
Every action adds up in our aim to end digital poverty by 2030. Below are some resources that might help you.
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We believe that everyone should be able to interact with the digital world when and how they need to. That’s why we’re committed to creating change as part of the Digital Poverty Alliance community. Together we can end digital poverty by 2030.
The social network for digital poverty, where people can communicate in an easy to use and dedicated environment.
Research & Insight Directory
Designed for quick access to the latest reports around digital poverty. Please submit your research below.
Social Media Collateral
Download social media graphics, copy and collateral to help you share and advocate our mission
Training and other facilities
We have collated some training videos and materials to help you deliver your pledges.
Contact Keelan Meade, our Head of Research, Evaluation and Insights.
Funding our work
Contact Elizabeth Anderson, our Chief Operating Officer.
Download our sponsorship brochure to find out how to support our work.
Tell us how it went
Have you completed your pledge? We’d love to hear what happened.