Help us with our mission: Digital Inclusion is for Everyone

Becoming a member

If you support what we do, share the same interests and are willing to help, then why not join us. Your regular support will allow us to achieve more every year.

 

We do not just need Tutors, you could help with the admin or fundraising 

Whatever your passion we would like to hear from you

 

All you need to do is contact us, we'll be delighted to have you on board!

Become a tutor

 

Are you over 18, living in Somerset and looking for a rewarding voluntary activity that you can do locally for just one or two hours a week?

Our volunteers need a good knowledge of using a computer and, more importantly, the patience to pass on these skills in a one-to-one situation.

To keep travelling to a minimum, we try to match learners and tutors who are local to each other

Basic travelling expenses will be paid.

We are always happy to have new volunteers, so please fill in the form below and someone will be in touch as soon as possible.

 

Or Call

07746307972 for a chat with our chairman.

 

Please note that we are obliged to initiate a DBS check before you are accepted as a tutor.

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Citizens Online

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