Professor Victoria Baines announces her first series of Gresham College IT lecturers.
Apps for Good reflect on what worked well and what could be done differently.
Find out which organisations are the latest to be supported by the WCIT Charity.
The charity gives recognition to the WCIT for what it has achieved.
Court Assistant Steve Smith reports on event held by Local Village Network.
The Spring Forward Challenge saw members clock up an impressive 2522 miles in April.
IT professionals came together for an entertaining evening which raised funds for the WCIT Charity.
Gresham College has announced the appointment of Dr Victoria Baines as IT Livery Company Professor of IT.
Finalists of the Sheriff’s Challenge in 2021 enjoyed a tour of the Old Bailey.
Grantee provides first in-person event for students.
A WCIT Charity grant is funding an AI-powered database.
The Better Together fundraising initiative has helped LVN develop a rewards and incentive function on their app…
Discover how Danny got to grips with assistive technology thanks to funding from the WCIT Charity.
Learning how to use a computer can be crucial for those trying to move away from homelessness and social exclusion. Read how one man was helped to start a new chapter in his life…
Clapton Common Boys Club to run a digital literacy programme.
Blind in Business works with graduates to compete equally with sighted candidates for good jobs, by providing support and training.
The team at Missing People express their gratitude to the WCIT.
The latest grants allocated by the WCIT Charity all have one thing in common – they are encouraging digital inclusion for disadvantaged people.
The WCIT Pro-Bono and Projects Panel works with charities and not-for-profits to address their IT challenges by drawing on the considerable talents and experience of Company members. Here’s how two members were recently able to help…
Treloar’s reports on how donations have helped the school purchase specialist equipment.
The WCIT Charity is delighted to be supporting Local Village Network.
Following a successful pilot, Missing People and Childline have launched ‘Is This OK?’, their ground-breaking chatbot.
This year’s A-level, AS-levels and BTEC students achieved amazing results respite disruptions from the pandemic.
Read how practical and personalised IT support from Thames Reach helped someone back into work.
The WCIT Charity was proud to support the Winner of Winners Award.
Cyber Girls First host their first virtual event in Lancashire.
Thanks to the generosity of WCIT members, the WCIT Charity has continued supporting Lifelites throughout the pandemic. This has helped them to deliver life-changing packages of technology to help the children using every hospice service across the British Isles.
At a virtual awards ceremony on Wednesday 17 February 2021
One of the many programmes the WCIT Charity has been supporting is the funding …
Carly is one of the 20,761 people helped digitally by Missing People during the last year…
The awards, created by AbilityNet with the help of BT and other institutions such as our Charity, recognise organisations…
We are happy to show you a wonderful video that Cyber Girls First and its contributors have been working on during lockdown…
We are happy to share with you our Annual Review 2019, which captures all the wonderful causes we supported in 2019…
During the current emergency, many organisations and individuals find themselves using technology…