The Good Things Foundation is celebrating helping one million people with their digital skills, but warns 6.9m will still be excluded by 2028 at the current rate of change.
Whether you are looking for your first digital role in the charity sector, or a new career challenge for 2019, we list some of the best online and offline routes to finding the best charity digital jobs.
The government’s Digital Inclusion Fund is backing the development of ‘smart homes’ for the elderly, an app to combat obesity and video consultations in palliative care.
A consortium of organisations headed by New Philanthropy Capital will look at how success stories from Building Connections Fund projects can be mirrored nationwide.
Accessibility charity See Around Britain needs photographers, writers and administrative support to boost the number of destinations and venues it covers.
The Building Connections Fund has a focus on using digital and social media to combat social isolation among vulnerable groups.
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.