Making Leeds the most digitally inclusive city for everyone.
Find out about the award winning 100% Digital Leeds team. Learn about our approach, read about us and our work in the press, and get in touch.
Digital Champions help us to reach the digitally excluded in their communities by advocating the benefits of digital, and signposting people to free training and support available across the city.
Find out about the work of 100% Digital Leeds so far and impact made, including key initiatives, reports, and case studies.
co-facilitate a number of networks bringing together partners to work collaboratively to improve digital inclusion for a specific community. Each network discusses common challenges and best practice, and shares opportunities for partnership working.
Discover the free support available to organisations looking to better support their digitally excluded service users
Signposting individuals to basic digital skills support online and in the community. Perfect for organisations looking for someone to help a service user get online.
How we have supported care homes to help their residents embrace digital to stay connected with friends and family during the isolation of the pandemic.
How the organisation have utilised the Digital Champions and Tablet Lending schemes to support BME girls and women to improve their digital skills, access, and confidence.
“The best example of an ambitious citywide programme is 100% Digital Leeds. 100% Digital Leeds involves council services, local agencies, health and social care and the voluntary sector. And it delivers the range of responses we need, from community grants to device loans, and from online digital champion training to promoting access to digital health tools. It’s an example which other cities would do well to follow”
Bob Gann, Digital Health & Inclusion Specialist
“The 100% Digital Leeds work is certainly a national exemplar in terms of local approaches to tackling digital inclusion and judging by the wider discussions on digital inclusion prompted by lockdown, I expect a lot of other areas to follow their lead in the coming years. Leeds is fortunate in that it is a long way ahead in tackling a very complex and important inequalities issue. I very much look forward to working in partnership with the team in the future.”
Roz Davies MBA FRSA, Managing Director, mHabitat