Read our first impact report to find out what the team have been up to since we started in 2021 and the difference it’s making to people’s lives when they’re able to get online.
Have a look behind the scenes, with this update about the great job the team have done moving the Bicester Green GOO workshop to their spacious new site on Sheep Street.
We were delighted to be involved in Get Online Week this year, the UK’s largest digital inclusion campaign, led by Good Things Foundation and including thousands of community organisations across the UK from the National Digital Inclusion Network host local events to help people get online and get connected.
Pledge your organisation’s devices to Getting Oxfordshire Online when you sign Oxfordshire Inclusive Economy Partnership’s charter
The Oxfordshire Inclusive Economy Partnership (OIEP) is working to tackle some of our region’s biggest problems to create a fairer environment where everyone can contribute and share in its success, and launched its new Charter in January 2023, to encourage support for and commitment to making Oxfordshire a fairer and more inclusive place to live and work.
Did you catch Getting Oxfordshire Online on BBC Radio Oxford last month? Hear from Project Manager Ben Tuppen, of SOFEA Didcot, on how the project started, how it is going and where it is headed!
What is Getting Oxfordshire Online and who is involved in the partnership? Watch our latest video to find out – with thanks to our friends at Nominet.
Two of Oxfordshire’s most enterprising charities, SOFEA Didcot and Aspire Oxfordshire, have joined forces to launch the new ‘No Limits’ Project to support the Oxfordshire Local Enterprise Partnership’s (LEP) ambitious Social Contract programme.
The ‘Getting Oxfordshire Online’ project featured highly in ‘The Inclusive Economy in Action’ event in early May, organised by Aspire Oxfordshire in support of the Oxfordshire Inclusive Economy Partnership (OIEP), the Oxfordshire Social Enterprise Partnership (OSEP) and Oxfordshire’s Local Enterprise Partnership (OxLEP).
Current estimates are that 1500 Ukrainian refugees including 600 children will be arriving in Oxfordshire in the coming weeks. As well as continuing to support others in need across our community, we are working hard to help newly-arrived refugees stay connected at this incredibly difficult time.
Getting Oxfordshire Online project partners are delighted to have received financial backing from .UK domain name registry Nominet, whose work as a public benefit company funds an ambitious social impact campaign tackling digital exclusion.