The government fund is looking for charities and other oranisations to use websites and apps in innovative ways to help parents who are experiencing conflict.
The Good Things Foundation report sets out the steps businesses and politicians need to take to ensure that no one is left out of the digital world.
The funding will be used to expand and improve existing training courses that help improve charity leaders' digital skills and ability to use technology to improve their organisation.
Projects that can ensure the elderly are not excluded from volunteering opportunities promoted online are among those the government is looking to fund.
Evaluation from the Meet and Code initiative shows widespread interest in coding across Europe among young people.
Marketing agency staff give their time for free to help the charity Zest to improve its online presence.
CAF's Rhodri Davies asks what the world will be like for charities once the internet has truly broken out of smartphones and devices and into the world at large.
The children's charity is looking to help its volunteers improve their skills by offering them a set of online training packages that are already available to staff.
Citizens Online will work across Dorset identifying digital exclusion hot spots and deploying digital champions to help residents.
Campaign includes online film promoting the inspirational role volunteers can play in the lives of girl guides.