Current Projects

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Citizens Online is administering applications to the new Digital Inclusion Fund, which aims to support initiatives designing, researching or delivering digital inclusion programmes with a focus on older and/or disabled people, in a new, creative and innovative way.

Eligible organisations can apply for grants between £50K-£200K from the Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport to improve essential digital skills and demonstrate how digital inclusion can improve the lives and well-being, of older and/or disabled people during the period January 2019 – December 2019.

Find out more about the Digital Inclusion Fund. Applications are open from midday on Monday 10 September until midday Monday 1 October. Successful applications will be notified no later than 12 November 2018.

Our current work also includes our Switch offer — supporting digital inclusion partnerships in 20 areas. We are helping organisations to ensure no-one is excluded during digital service transformation.

Our two longer-term, successful, “deep dive” Switch projects are: Digital Brighton & Hove and Digital Gwynedd.

This work is funded in part by the Big Lottery Fund, through Citizens Online’s participation in the One Digital programme.

Citizens Online has been at the heart of many transformative digital inclusion projects since 2000. This selection of videos shows the digital inclusion story in action, and gives a flavour of some of the work we have supported.