Community and voluntary groups
If your group needs help using technology, you can come to us for support.
This could be:
- Setting up a website
- Advice about new computers or other hardware
- Not sure how to do something on your computer
- Help people in your community benefit from technology
If you’ve got an idea to get people in your area using technology, we’ll help you with a package of support which might include:
- Advice to shape your idea
- Putting you in touch with those who have similar ideas and introducing you to potential partners
- Training and mentoring to learn essential skills
- Practical support to solve technical problems
- Help finding additional support from other agencies
Are you eligible?
We work with community groups and voluntary organisations which are based in, or work with people in, the most deprived communities in North and West Wales, the South Wales Valleys, Bridgend, Neath Port Talbot and Swansea.
If you would like support to deliver a project which is going to help people make better use of technology, we can provide assistance if it fits with our project objectives and has a clear focus on digital technology.
We particularly welcome projects that will make a difference to people who are being left furthest behind in society. Get in touch to talk to one of our Community Brokers about your project.
We would also love to hear from the following organisations:
- local authorities
- housing associations
- enterprise agencies
- national umbrella bodies
- public sector organisations
- private businesses
As well as promoting Communities 2.0 to community groups and social enterprises, you may have ideas, expertise and resources to contribute to digital inclusion initiatives nationally or in your area.