Links to external toolkits, webinars, funding opportunities, training etc supporting organisations to deliver digitally.
Written by 100% Digital Leeds and mHabitat, this guide talks about everything you might need to know or consider when using Zoom to host a webinar and and is based on the knowledge and experience we have developed working together to deliver webinars.
Slides and resources shared by speakers at Supporting basic digital skills remotely: a knowledge share, hosted by 100% Digital Leeds with advice from Digital Communities Wales, AbilityNet, and The Tech Ladder, as part of Digital Leaders Week 2020.
This Government toolkit is a collection of resources designed to help any organisation looking to evaluate a digital inclusion project.
A guide from the NHS to help healthcare providers, commissioners, and designers ensure that services delivered digitally are as inclusive as possible, meeting the needs of all sections of the population.
Digital Health Hubs – dedicated community locations with trusted people on hand to guide – can help socially and digitally excluded people to improve their online skills and access relevant information and tools (both online and in their local area) to improve their health and wellbeing. Health Hubs have also been able to build relationships with their local health systems, including GPs and frontline health workers, in order to reach people and support them in digital health inclusion.
A guide to co-designing digital inclusion in health, including design principles, model, etc.
A series of free webinars on a range of topics of relevance organisations supporting digital inclusion, with a particular focus on supporting people with disabilities. Past webinar recordings are available to watch.
A series of free webinars designed to help you upskill to better support people with low or no digital skills, including those of us most at risk from Covid-19. Past webinar recordings are available to watch.
A range of training webinars including support with funding, branding, bid writing, etc. Open to Network members only (Network free to join).
Support from organisations
Brought together by Good Things Foundation, the Online Centres Network is made up of over 5,000 grassroots organisations, all working to tackle digital and social exclusion by providing people with the skills and confidence they need to access digital technology. Join for free and get access to funding, training, and other support.
Free digital advice for small businesses and charities impacted by coronavirus, provided by expert volunteers. Including marketing, design, websites etc
Digital Candle is a free service for charities who want a one hour call with a digital expert. Charities can get advice on any aspect of digital or digital marketing, from digital strategy to Google Ads and from remote service delivery to social media.
Information about VAL’s Funding Support Service and more on funding and fundraising.
Funding Leeds is a public and third sector partnership – helping the voluntary, social enterprise, and community sectors in Leeds find the funds to achieve their vision.
Filterable online spreadsheet with up to date information about national funding sources, including Covid-19 specific funds.