Working with Currys to provide vital Tech4Families.

Our mission.

It’s never been more important to make sure families can get online.

So, as part of our mission to drive digital inclusion, we’re proud to be working with Currys to help families who need a laptop to get one.

We’ll be working in five areas across the UK where we know lots of people are struggling to make ends meet. If you live in one of these local areas and your family doesn’t have access to a computer, you can apply through us to have us send you one – not as loan or rental, it’s for your family, for good.

How it works

We’ll ask a few short questions and someone from the community (like a teacher or councillor) will just need to agree to also tell us that you need one.

As this aims to support families, you’ll need to be the parent/care giver of a child (4-16) who doesn’t have access to a suitable device.

Please note: while we want to help every family that applies, we know we won’t be able to support every request. Even if your family is eligible and a member of the community verifies your application, it doesn’t guarantee we’ll be able to provide a computer in every instance. To all those families we are able to send a laptop to, please be aware that while we strive to get it to you as soon as possible this process does take some months due to heavy demand. Please bear with us while we arrange it and get it to you. We hope it provides your family access to the online world for years to come.

The laptops we provide are all kindly funded by the donations made by Currys customers in-store. New and refurbished devices are then purchased using those funds. 
If you live in one of the following areas and want to apply, go here, visit a Currys store in one of those areas, or text 07984445476 to receive a form by post:
  • Staffordshire (Stoke on Trent, Staffordshire Moorlands, Stafford, East Staffordshire, Newcastle under Lyme, Lichfield, South Staffordshire, Cannock Chase local authorities), England.
  • West Cumbria (Copeland and Allerdale local authorities), England.
  • Norfolk Coast (Kings Lynn and West Norfolk, North Norfolk, Great Yarmouth local authorities), England.
  • Neath Port Talbot and Bridgend, Wales
  • Ayrshire (North Ayrshire, East Ayrshire, South Ayrshire local authorities), Scotland.

If you’re verifying that a family needs a device, please follow the link in the email that you have received from us. Please find the Tech4Families scheme Terms and Conditions here.

You can help us support more families

In a society that believes in justice and compassion, it’s not right that almost half of children are growing up without proper access to the digital world and the life changing benefits it brings.

It’s only with your support that we can continue working to change that. So the next time you buy from Currys, you can choose to top up what you spend to make a small donation to our work.

Want to spread the word and advertise the Tech4Families scheme to your community? We’ve created some posters for you to download and print. 

Thank you. Together we can end digital poverty.