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National Digital Inclusion Network


The National Digital Inclusion Network is a network of organisations that all help digitally excluded people in their communities.

There is no cost to join, and Members can use the National Databank, the National Device Bank, Learn My Way online learning resources and apply for digital inclusion grants and funding.

The Network is managed by the Good Things Foundation, a charity that supports organisations across the UK to deliver free digital inclusion services to their local communities.

For full details, visit the Good Things website.

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