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Our projects


Teaching good practice

An online safety initiative from PICTFOR is using engaging lesson plans to educate primary school pupils how to discover all the joys of the internet without danger more >
Data Unity

Opening up access

Data Unity is an open source web tool to inspire and to help more organisations in the voluntary sector to use data. more >
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Virtual Wishes: Reconnecting memories

Alive! is a charity delivering services to support the physical, mental and emotional health of the most vulnerable care-home residents in South-West England. more >
Keyfund Ambition Lab

Ambition Lab

Keyfund uses a hackathon to discover the role digital technologies can play in enabling young people to access and embrace more opportunities in life more >

Developing business brains

The Eastern Enterprise Hub is embarking on a new digital project to help would-be entrepreneurs to gain the knowledge and confidence they need to launch their own businesses more >
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Room for Tea

Room for Tea is a new kind of home-sharing initiative setting out to benefit both young interns and socially isolated older people. more >
Dyslexia Action

Increasing understanding

Supporting Dyslexia Action to develop an online education platform to support vulnerable learners could lead to a scalable solution that benefits all children with dyslexia more >
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Learning new skills together

An intergenerational project in Wales from Citizens Online aims to enable young and old alike to broaden their horizons while also enhancing digital and social inclusion more >

Social action? Game on!

An app development project from Catch22 is aiming to inspire young people to get more involved in social action initiatives within their communities more >
Social Breakfast (Ashram Housing project)

Making young voices heard

Birmingham project Ashram Housing is helping young people to express themselves to enable regional decision-makers to better understand the views of the people they represent more >