Alongside our core work we engage in specific projects and tasks.
Working with, and alongside, organisations who serve people in crisis within Tameside, Greater Manchester. We aim to deliver training to individuals who need help to access digital services, and who are currently prevented from doing so due to issues around digital skills, equipment, or connectivity.
A project that aims to provide opportunities for residents who are experiencing economic deprivation, referred to us by partner organisations within Tameside, to gain a ‘minimum digital standard of living’ supported by staff and volunteers at Digital Training Groups.
Supported by local NHS organisations and a range of other partners this work helped people who didn’t have access to technology or needed that everyday digital skills to improve their health and wellbeing.
A project that provided refurbished IT equipment and crime safety advice to vulnerable people, families and community groups in the High Peak, thereby bridging the ‘digital divide’.
Read about some of the people we helped with equipment and digital skills training.
A pilot project run by The Bureau and PCrefurb to explore how patients may use specific health apps.
Providing equipment to a local charity that aims to improve the quality of life of Africans and other ethnic minority people living in Tameside
At the beginning of the COVID-19 crisis in 2020, our Chair of Trustees suggested we appeal for cash donations and apply for grants in order to provide tablets to care homes, hospitals and hospices so that families could keep in touch by video.
Working together with Derbyshire County Council to support local communities.
Building bespoke video display systems for branches across Derbyshire Dales.