Digital Inclusion in Partnership with ASDA Foundation
A project supporting local communities in Trafford, Swinton and Bolton with access to free ‘Basic Computer Skills’ training and digital equipment, funded by ASDA Foundation.
- 6576 people supported with digital connectivity across 3 Greater Manchester areas over 4 years.
- Bolton: 545 people
- Swinton: 1648 people
- Trafford: 4383 people
Every person should have an opportunity to overcome barriers and achieve his / her fullest potential and contribute fully to their community.
Digital Life-Line: Community Fund
Distributing digital communication to people directly and via NGO’s who have no access to online facilities and are at significant risk of mental health issues and re-offending. We will also support connectivity through further training and support.
With your help, we can support more people to get back on their feet and into work. Your donation will fund Antz Junction work and make a big difference.