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our digital inclusion project

Access to technology is a lifeline for many of us, allowing us to stay connected to our friends and family, reducing isolation and providing access to online information, resources and learnings. Never has this been more important that during and after COVID lockdowns.

Our Digital Inclusion Project gets tech, training and digital support to digitally excluded refugees and asylum seekers across the UK.

We repair, wipe and redistribute donated phones, laptops and data-loaded SIM cards to asylum seekers without access to tech or internet connection. We provide training and advice on using tech and getting online to ensure our services remain accessible to all and to boost clients' digital literacy.

This allows our clients to stay in contact with friends and family in other countries as well as access our online English language, befriending and mental health support.

Thanks to our colleagues and partners at Vodaphone Charities Connected, YouWipe and Digital Brighton & Hove for their support in delivering this project.

want to get involved?

Got second-hand tech lying around? Want to organise a tech drive in your local area?

Get in touch with us below!

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