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Good Things Foundation

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Good Things Foundation is a social change charity that supports socially excluded people to improve their lives through digital.

We tackle the most pressing social issues of our time, working with partners in thousands of communities across the UK and further afield.

Digital technology and community action are at the heart of everything we do.

We bring together thousands of community partners to make up the Online Centres Network, reaching deep into communities to help people gain the support and skills they need to change their lives and overcome social challenges.

We work with thousands of organisations across the UK that specialise in digital skills support. So if you’re looking for free and friendly help to get you started, or a digital inclusion partner for a new project, our network will offer you the support you need.

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