WHO WE WORK WITH
While working on our mission to end digital inequality we partner with many different organisations across the country.
Our partners are crucial to our mission - we would love you to join us!
Cambridge Refugee Resettlement Campaign
CRRC is a registered charity supporting the resettlement of refugees in the Cambridge area.
They provide a wide range of practical support to resettled refugee familes, working closely with Cambridge City and Cambridgeshire County Councils and other local stakeholders.
Circular Computing produces sustainable, carbon–neutral, remanufactured laptops as a viable alternative to buying new,
with associated cost savings and great benefits for the environment. Sustainability is at the core of its processes, with a business model balancing people, the planet and profits.
Community Group works with rugby clubs to maximise their community engagement
Concrete Rose Collective CIC provides supported lodgings placements for vulnerable young people (16-21) across Cambridgeshire and beyond.
Working alongside a network of hosts we offer safe, nurturing and therapeutic accommodation to young people who are facing significant challenges including those in, and leaving, care unaccompanied asylum seeking children, young parents and those at risk of homelessness.
Khen Khmer Ngo for
KHEN is a local NGO and certified Child Safe Organisation based in Battambang Province, Cambodia.
KHEN works to promote child rights, access to education and protection for vulnerable children, like girls and children with disabilities, so that they can develop to their full potential
Blues Foundation is the charitable arm of Bedfordshire Blues Rugby Club. They have organised donation of devices from their local community to help schools.
CAMBRIDGESHIRE DIGITAL PARTNERSHIP (CDP)
are a network set up to improve digital inclusion across Cambridgeshire. The partnership shares information, promotes good practice and working relationships between service provider organisations and individuals from the voluntary, community and statutory sectors, who work to alleviate digital exclusion issues.
Cambridge online help make the digital world simple, friendly and fun for all. A forward-looking educational charity and social enterprise based in Cambridge taking on the challenge of digital skills for all
Launched in 2010, Citizens:mk is a growing alliance of diverse community groups – churches, mosques, schools and others – working together
Families First provides services to support families in Hertfordshire that need extra help
Over the pandemic, Level Trust came together with the High Sherriff of Bedfordshire and Luton Council of Mosques to provide laptops to children across the county.
Medway RUFC have been tackling the digital divide by collecting devices and donations from their local community, which were then refurbished by laptops4learning
Perspective Financial Group provide financial planning and wealth management with offices across the UK. They work with communities local to their offices to help meet local needs.
Refugee Connections works with Afghan refugees in London to help individuals and families establish themselves/build a new life in the UK.
Richmond rugby club mobilised their local community to donate their old devices which then went to 26 local schools