Nokia is working with non-profit organization, DigitalC, to deliver much needed high-speed internet connectivity to underserved homes in Cleveland, Ohio, using its Digital Automation Cloud (DAC) end-to-end private wireless solution.
HSBC Bank USA and Microsoft will provide grants and resources to support Feeding America, the nation’s largest domestic hunger-relief organization.
A new charity initiative, Concerts for Carers, has launched today, with the support of founding partner O2, to provide NHS staff and paid Care workers access to free tickets to live events all across the UK as a means of promoting their mental health and wellbeing.
The UK Cyber Security Council – the self-regulatory body for the cyber security education and skills sector – today announced that its application for charitable status has been approved by the Charity Commission
Vodafone and media and entertainment group Global are collaborating on a six-month campaign to raise awareness of digital exclusion and inspire the nation to get involved to help...
BT has reached its original goal of helping 10 million people across the UK to improve their digital skills, five years ahead of schedule. Key to achieving this milestone was the success of BT’s Top Tips on Tech campaign in partnership with ITV, which helped 5.7 million people learn vital new digital skills required during lockdown.
Vodafone is working with the social change charity, Good Things Foundation, to connect digitally excluded families in some of the most disadvantaged areas of the UK.
O2 is expanding its partnership with charity Hubbub, with the aim of donating 1,500 devices and 12 months of free connectivity to digitally excluded people across Glasgow.
Vodafone is launching communities.connected, a new initiative to give private and public sector organisations an easy, fast and cost-effective way to directly provide connectivity to their most vulnerable customers.
With seven million digitally excluded people across the country still unable to access a web-connected device, O2 has unveiled a new campaign to bring attention to the UK’s ongoing digital divide.
Vodafone is donating 10,000 dongle devices to Business2Schools, which will distribute them to schools in England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales. Heads can give them to children who still lack the connectivity they need