Digital inclusion charity Good Things Foundation has more than £850,000* of funding available for organisations in the West Midlands, North of Tyne and Greater Manchester to equip people with the essential digital skills they need to seize new opportunities online.
The funding available as part of the Community Digital Skills Pathway project will empower places to explore how best to tackle local challenges. Good Things Foundation will be running the three Projects in parallel as a single programme.
- Digital Future - West Midlands
- Breaking Digital Barriers - Greater Manchester
- Breaking Barriers Through Digital Skills - North of Tyne
Each project will seek to develop, and evaluate, a community digital skills and support pathway that engages people who are socially and economically excluded and for whom Essential Digital Skills is the primary barrier to progression.
If you’re able to provide digital skills support to people in your community - or you already do - apply today to join the Community Digital Skills Pathway project for 2021-2022.
Find out more information on what’s involved in delivering the Community Digital Skills Pathway project, the application process and the criteria here.
*Funding breakdown by area:
- West Midlands = £309,400.00
- North of Tyne = £284,000.00
- Greater Manchester = £303,400.00.