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  • Post about your pledge:

    👩🏽‍💻I am excited to announce I have just pledged action with the Digital Poverty Alliance to help address #DigitalPoverty in the UK.

    Join the community today and make your pledge – together we can end #DigitalPoverty once and for all 👇
    https://digitalpovertyalliance.org/ #JoiningTheDots

    Please make sure you tag the Digital Poverty Alliance and we will share/comment/like and feel free to change your emoji to reflect you!

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  • Add your pledge with @DigiPovAlliance to your BIO
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We have designed a graphic to use on social media alongside your announcement post. Find it and download below. This image has been optimised for Linkedin.

    Twitter graphic

    We have designed a graphic to use on social media alongside your announcement post. Find it and download below. This image has been optimised for Twitter.

      Quotes to use in Communications

      Use these quotes in your written materials to highlight the vision and goals behind the Digital Poverty Alliance. Use the data points to illustrate the need for the Digital Poverty Alliance. Always credit any data points to the original source. 

      “Without a clear and co-ordinated national strategy to drive digital inclusion, which considers the needs of people and their support networks, the UK cannot hope to deliver a long-term robust recovery plan from the Coronavirus pandemic and help to lift thousands of families out of poverty”

      Lord Jim Knight, Co Chair of the Digital Poverty Alliance Board 

      “Today, so many opportunities and essential services such as benefits, banking, finance, employment opportunities and learning resources are only available to those with a reliable internet connection, suitable technology and adequate tech skills. Closing the digital divide and provide better resources and opportunities for everyone is essential to tackling poverty in the UK and closing the digital divide. As the Digital Poverty Alliance, we are committed to convening the leading voices in Government, academia and business to drive and act upon a national digital poverty strategy that will make a real difference to the lives of millions.”

      Paul Finnis, CEO, Digital Poverty Alliance

      “There are lots of fantastic initiatives across the UK addressing Digital Poverty and an important opportunity to work with organisations still unaware of the positive impact they could have on people’s lives.  Following consultation, we understand we must support and enable this ecosystem to tackle all the determinants of Digital Poverty. Our DPA community has a unique opportunity to work together, share evidence of what works and, crucially, to collaborate and join up solutions so people in need can access what they need at the right time and place for their lives.”

      Baroness Ruby McGregor Smith CBE, Co-Chair of the Digital Poverty Alliance Board    

      Joanna, Alberta and the rest of the team delighted to receive the free laptops from Currys

      Our Logo and Badges

      When pledging your support to the Digital Poverty Alliance, these badges enable you to share your support visibly and are designed to sit alongside your other brands and iconography. These badges can be used on multiple communication assets, such as part of your email signature, on powerpoints and company reports and on your individual or organisations social media channels. You can also use these prefix badges to demonstrate you or your organisation’s specific support. 

      DISCLAIMER: By downloading these materials I acknowledge that these are to be used within the context of promoting the mission of the DPA – ending digital poverty by 2030 – on social media. The provision of these graphics does not confer a more general right to use the DPA logo or other images. All graphics are © the Learning Foundation, who run the Digital Poverty Alliance.