Donations

The most direct way of supporting us is by making a donation. We carefully monitor all of our operations to make sure that the highest proportion possible of all donations go straight to our projects and their beneficiaries. We do not waste your money on merchandising and we have no paid staff.

There are a variety of ways of making donations

  • By regular direct debit
  • One-off annual contributions
  • Project-specific donation
  • Tax-free giving
  • Remember us in your will

Call our fundraising department on +44 7746 307972 +44 7746 307972 or contact us using our online contact form to find out more about how to make your payments or the tax benefits of giving to charity.

Consider a life without the Internet

 

Without funding it would not be possible help so many digitally excluded people getting what many today see as a vital service, with more and more activities; from Government and Banking, Health Care and Social Networking moving online the need has never been greater.

 

Please consider helping with this very important service in your next funding round. Thank you

 

Past funding has been very generous from housing associations and private individuals, But we do need your help every day!

 

It Help at Home would like to thank Yarlington Housing Association who have funded us in the past and in particular we would like to thank Astor Homes who provided a grant to us in 2016 that enabled us to expand the geographic area  we can work in. 

Citizens Online

Digital By Default, Lonely By Design (Thu, 08 Nov 2018)
Here’s an opinion — the Digital by Default agenda is contributing to a loneliness crisis in the UK, and digital inclusion is not the remedy for loneliness that I would love it to be. Continue Reading Digital By Default, Lonely By Design The post Digital By Default, Lonely By Design appeared first on Citizens Online.
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Research and more support to build Dorset’s basic digital skills (Fri, 19 Oct 2018)
Dorset is celebrating Get Online Week (15-21 October) by announcing a partnership with digital inclusion experts Citizens Online. Around 150,000[1] of Dorset residents, including Poole and Bournemouth, lack at least one digital skill[2]. Citizens Online is helping to build the county’s digital champions programme – and is inviting any organization interested in helping to reduce… Continue Reading Research and more support to build Dorset’s basic digital skills The post Research and more support to build Dorset’s basic digital skills appeared first on Citizens Online.
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