Working Together: Charities and Organisations

We partner with and support other charities, government organisations, the NHS and other organisations that share our vision to create a digital world accessible to all.

In 2023 we helped 463 educational establishments, 1,189 corporate organisations, 197 public sector organisations, and 385 charities and community partners empower disabled people and older people through technology. 

Contact us to find out how we could support your organisation and your service users - email us at

Who we have helped and how: Organisations

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Find out who we helped in 2023 – and how – with our 2023 Impact Report

How could we support your charity or community group?

Free disabilities sessions

Choose from our set of seven free sessions about different disabilities. We can deliver any of our informative, interactive sessions to your charity or community group, to educate your group about disability, and technology.

Book your free session

NB - if you're part of a larger organisation looking for group training, choose from our range of inclusion and accessibility courses to suit all roles.

Small charities

Do you want to help your service users access the digital world and empower them to use technology in their everyday lives? Refer them to us via our online form, contact us to find out more or arrange for a volunteer to join one of your group sessions. 

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Nationwide charities

We can help your service users embrace the digital world through our volunteer support and free resources. If you are providing devices to your users, our Tech volunteers can be on hand with crucial digital skills advice, support and hands-on training. Perhaps your groups would benefit from some digital training?  

Find out how we partnered with Age UK to help older people use technology with confidence and achieve their everyday goals.

Parkinson's bilingual logo (welsh)Do you have or care for someone with Parkinson's?
AbilityNet is working with Parkinson’s UK to help people with Parkinson’s learn how to get online and use digital devices.
We also have dedicated resources collections on Parkinson'sDementia, Hearing Loss, Multiple Sclerosis and Dyslexia.


Local governments and councils

We believe in the power of local collaboration. By pooling local resources the individuals in the region can easily find and maximise the support on offer. We are also available to discuss supporting any funding bids for digital inclusion projects. Contact us to find out how we can support digital inclusion in your local community.

See how we are working with Birmingham City Council to help them close the digital divide

Community groups

As part of the AbilityNet and BT Group partnership, we're offering free Digital Skills workshops for older people, to groups and individuals in Glasgow, Edinburgh, Birmingham, Manchester and London.

Apply now for the free training workshops

Two older men on a laptop with younger woman standing behind pointing at screenWorking with partner organisations such as BT Group helps to expand our reach and support as many disabled people and older people as possible.
In collaboration with BT Group we have captured our knowledge and insight about the needs of our clients, for policy makers and campaigners. Learn more in our Research paper: Low digital skills households and the path to digital inclusion.


Health and social care

As more health and social care services move online our volunteers can be on-hand to guide disabled and older people through this process, increasing their digital confidence and helping them to access services online. If you are providing devices to your users our Tech volunteers can be on hand to for crucial digital skills advice, support and training so they can get to grips with the device.

FInd out how we joined forces with NHS Camden and Islington Foundation Trust to tackle digital exclusion and support mental health.

Other organisations

Is your organisation passionate about helping your local or national community?

We have a range of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) partnership opportunities supporting our work helping older and disabled people through technology. We can partner with you on everything from free support for your service users, through to corporate volunteering, sponsorship and fundraising.  

Visit our Corporate Social Responsibility page to find out more.

Talk to us about how we could support your organisation or about our free tech support
Call 0300 180 0028 or send an email to
Use the Free Tech Support request form on this website
You can also order our promotional resources to share with your clients.
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