Digital Poverty Alliance is a charity working to end digital poverty by 2030, by a combination of advocacy and practical action.
Formed in the UK in 2021 by the Learning Foundation, Currys plc and The Institution of Learning and Technology, Digital Poverty Alliance publishes research, facilitates ideas sharing and runs programmes such as Tech4Families to improve people’s access to technology. Digital Poverty Alliance also advocates for policy and industrial change to improve access to technology and digital spaces.
How You Can Help
Time: varied; typically less than an hour at a time
Join the DPA Hub to join conversations about ending digital poverty or make a pledge to support the Digital Poverty Alliance.
Donate to Digital Poverty Alliance via its website.
Location: Based in the UK
Learn more: https://digitalpovertyalliance.org/
(This information was updated 13/01/23 and will be checked regularly by the Do Something Directory team. If you notice any mistakes, please let us know.)