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  • 20/20 Trust Multiple Categories

    The 20/20 Trust works across New Zealand to foster digital inclusion, digital literacy and digital skills. Over 20 years it has helped tens of thousands of New Zealanders. Programmes: include Computers in HomesKiwiSkills, ICDL, Stepping UP, Family Connect, Spark Jump and this map. Past programmes include NetDay, eDay & Living Heritage. 20/20 partners with InternetNZSpark Foundation, REAPs, libraries and many others.    Wellington region

  • 2020 Far North ICT Trust Digital Inclusion Orgn.

    2020 Far North ICT Trust addresses digital literacy in the Far North, running Computers In Homes in the area, Stepping UP – free computer training for adults – at Kaitaia Library and Kerikeri Procter Library, and an innovative wireless/satellite initiative at Umawera School and Okaihau School. A 20/20 Trust delivery partner.    Northland region

  • AboutUs Digital Inclusion Orgn.

    We’re a New Zealand-based digital innovation agency, and we specialise in building online communities. We offer free webpages, digital tools and online education content for small business owners. Use the Internet better!    Auckland region

  • Access1in5 Digital Inclusion Orgn.

    Make sure your website includes the 1 in 5 New Zealanders with a visual or other disability.  Web accessibility audits, testing and consultancy. I’ll train you or your team and am always happy to promote accessibility and inclusion.    Canterbury region

  • Addington.Net Multiple Categories

    Addington.Net provides low cost access to computers, education and training in information technology. We work with individuals and in partnership with community organisations to help meet technology needs of our community.  As a DIAA partner they offer Spark Jump – prepay broadband with no contract, no credit checks, no set-up charges, and Stepping UP (free computer & internet training in easy steps, relevant to your life and interests, in informal friendly classes). Contact 03 962 7244 or check local class listings.    Canterbury region

  • Code Club Aotearoa Digital Inclusion Orgn.

    Giving every kiwi kid the opportunity to learn to code, 335+ free volunteer-led after-school coding clubs around Aotearoa encourage kids to combine their imaginations with programming. Part of Code Club World; partnering with The Raspberry Pi Foundation gives access to high-quality learn-to-code resources.    Nationwide region

  • Community Networks Aotearoa Digital Inclusion Orgn.

    The umbrella organisation for local community networks, Community Houses, REAPS and others in New Zealand, using our collective voice for policy action, social change and community empowerment. Members include not-for-profit and voluntary social service organisations, many working for digital inclusion.    Nationwide, office in Wellington region

  • Connected Learning Te Ara Whītiki Digital Inclusion Orgn.

    The Connected Learning Advisory, a free, national service for NZ schools, offers consistent, unbiased advice on integrating technologies with learning to get best results for all students. Funded by Min. Education; run by CORE Education.    Wellington region

  • Dale Jennings Associates Digital Inclusion Orgn.

    Digital capability building for non-profits.
    ICT reviews, strategy, planning, project management and funding application support.    Auckland region

  • Digital Community Trust (Digital Office), Dunedin Multiple Categories

    The Trust’s Digital Journey tool helps everyone use, understand and benefit from digital services. We offer tablet and smartphone training, digital education for schools and preschools, community digital strategy development, and business digital enablement training and mentoring. A 2020 partner.    Nationwide region

  • Digital Economy and Digital Inclusion Ministerial Advisory Group Digital Inclusion Orgn.

    The Group brings together innovators, leading thinkers and actors from government, NGOs, Māoridom, industry, and community groups to advise government on how to best grow the digital economy and reduce digital divides, so all New Zealanders and NZ businesses benefit from digital technologies.

    Memberships, agenda and minutes are published online;  a stakeholder network is also being formed.

  • Digital Inclusion Alliance Aotearoa Multiple Categories

    The Digital Inclusion Alliance Aotearoa purpose is: to work collaboratively with Alliance Partners in delivering digital inclusion programmes to their communities; pursue funding for inclusion initiatives; provide a forum for sharing information, tools and resources, outcome metrics and results; be a voice for digitally under-served and disadvantaged communities; and promote a joined-up whole-of-community approach in pursuing a more digitally included society. The Alliance also coordinates the Stepping UP and Spark Jump programmes. Follow us @DigiAllianceNZ    Wellington based, programmes nationwide region

  • Digital Wings Trust Multiple Categories

    Digital Wings helps organisations responsibly dispose of their upgrade equipment by contributing them to charities, not-for-profit and whānau/ hapῡ community organisations. RemarkIT Solutions processes donated equipment, securely wiping all data and refurbishing it.
    Our main focus is youth ‘education to employment’, but donors can nominate charities. Digital Wings cannot assist individuals. Digital Wings is also a Spark Jump partnerVisit us on Facebook page for news.    Nationwide region

  • DNA (Digital Natives Academy) Multiple Categories

    We encourage our tamariki to think creatively, work collaboratively, reason systematically and reflect Te Ao Māori. To show them that they can be creators, developers and producers of tech, not just consumers of it.    Bay of Plenty region

  • e-Learning Porirua Trust Multiple Categories

    e-Learning Porirua is dedicated to Bridging the Digital Divide, placing computer resources and skills into families otherwise unable to afford them. The Trust is a DIAA partner offering Stepping UP (free computer & internet training in easy steps, relevant to your life and interests, in informal friendly classes); Spark Jump (prepay broadband with no contract, no credit checks, no set-up charges); and Computers in Homes locally. Contact, 0800 555 563 or check local course listings.    Wellington region

  • Good Things Foundations (UK) Multiple Categories

    “A WORLD WHERE EVERYONE BENEFITS FROM DIGITAL We are a social change charity, helping people to improve their lives through digital, working in thousands of communities across the UK and internationally to deliver deep impact at scale.”    UK / Online region

  • Hack Miramar Digital Inclusion Orgn.

    Events, Advocacy And Constructive Mayhem…  Hack Miramar organises technology events (hackathons tackling civic problems); advocate for adoption, education and investment in technology; and work hard to be a nuisance.    Wellington region

  • Hawera Library Multiple Categories

    Free access to PCs and WiFi for library users. The library is an Aotearoa People’s Network Kaharoa (APNK) partner, and is in discussions with DIAA to offer Stepping UP (free computer & internet training in easy steps, relevant to your life and interests, in informal friendly classes) and Spark Jump (prepay broadband with no contract, no credit checks, no set-up charges. for families with children). These services are not available at this stage, contact Sue Kini on 027 313 3447 for further information.

  • Innovation Partnership Multiple Categories

    The Partnership is a network of organisations that support digital innovation in New Zealand across business, education and government. It connects industry, government and not-for-profits, commissions research into important issues, and supports and promotes innovative digital projects.    Nationwide region

  • InternetNZ: keeping our ‘net open and uncapturable Multiple Categories

    InternetNZ oversees  the Internet in New Zealand, manages the .nz domain names registry, and provides $500,000 per year to community organisations and individuals through events like NetHui, community grants, scholarships, research, awards and funding for strategic partners including Netsafe and the 20/20 Trust.    Wellington and Auckland region

  • Manaiakalani Programme & Trust Multiple Categories

    The Manaiakalani programme is a leading initiative that improves student achievement significantly in 12 mostly decile 1A schools, 95% Māori and Pasifika. To make digital citizens of learners and whānau, we enable learning anywhere, anytime and at any pace: we support parents buying a personal digital device for each learner, provide wireless internet at home and school, and support teachers in pedagogical innovation. Accelerated student outcomes are evidenced by research.    Auckland region

  • National Digital Inclusion Alliance (USA) Digital Inclusion Orgn.

    The NDIA is “is a unified voice for home broadband access, public broadband access, personal devices and local technology training and support programs.   We work collaboratively to craft, identify and disseminate financial and operational resources for digital inclusion programs while serving as a bridge to policymakers and the general public.”    Online / USA region

  • NetSafe: The Internet Safety Group Digital Inclusion Orgn.

    NetSafe is the leading NZ source of internet safety and security information. Netsafe supports all New Zealanders to reduce their chance of coming unstuck online and supports them if they do. NetSafe provides educational, incident response and advisory services to individual internet users, schools, government, commercial and civil society    Online region

  • NetSquared Wellington Digital Inclusion Orgn.

    Interested in using web or mobile technology for social good? We run a monthly NetTuesday networking event – learn what others are trying, successful projects/platforms & developing technologies, make new friends and collaborate.    Wellington region

  • North Harbour Budgeting Service Multiple Categories

    North Harbour Budgeting Service Inc. offers free, confidential one to one budgeting advice with trained Budget Advisers and can assist with any personal financial problem or query.  Spark Jump is now being offered as part of their daily services, to obtain a Spark Jump connection contact Barbara Cameron or Claudette Wilson on 0800 159 158 or email

    Community Educators are available to provide Budgeting Seminars to any local business, club or organisation covering general Budgeting topics or specific presentations tailored to your needs for staff, members or clients.

    0800 159 158    Auckland region

  • Online or Nationwide resources

    Listed under Online or Nationwide you will find digital inclusion resources that have no one geographical location.

  • Taka Trust (Te Awakairangi Access Trust) Multiple Categories

    The TAKA Trust seeks to provide vulnerable tamariki from Lower Hutt’s Northern and Eastern Communities with opportunities, and access to things most Kiwi kids take for granted, and will make a life-changing difference.  The Trust works with Hutt City Council, five Taita schools (Taita Central, Pomare, St Michael’s and Avalon Intermediate School, and Taita College), supporters, donors, community, volunteers, and is a 20/20 partner for Spark Jump – prepay broadband with no contract, no credit checks, no set-up charges, for families with children. Check out upcoming Spark Jump setup sessions.    Wellington region

  • Te Aka Toitū Trust Multiple Categories

    Te Aka Toitū aims to provide students in 7 low decile schools in Whakatane and Kawerau Districts with better learning opportunities by: access to an affordable device and internet in their homes; professional development to teachers. Further, to raise digital fluency in our communities so everyone is confident and connected in our digital world, and can contribute positively to society. Te Aka Toitū is working with Kawerau Library and 20/20 on Spark Jump – prepay broadband with no contract, no credit checks, no set-up charges, for families with children. Check out upcoming Spark Jump setup sessions.    Bay of Plenty region

  • The ARK Digital Inclusion Orgn.

    The Ark refurbishes computers at the end of their useful life within NZ business. These then provide cost effective computing for our schools, learning institutes, and digital initiatives like The Life Game Project.    Auckland region

  • Venture Centre Digital Inclusion Orgn.

    Youth – coding, critical thinking, foresight, entrepreneurship, digital literacy skills, coaching and project work, connections with local business community. Small Business Owners – identification of appropriate tools, increase capability to integrate tools, business model adaptation, connections with local digital native youth, and local digital/expert service providers necessary to move along curve of digital maturity. Founders – foundational support services    Bay of Plenty region

  • Wairoa ICT Club Multiple Categories

    Wairoa ICT Club offers three collaborative computer clubs: Gaming club every Saturday, establishing Online Business club every Monday evening and Coding club every Tuesday evening. The Club opened officially in 2016 and now has over 400 members with 60 to 80 members attending club activities each week. As a DIAA partner, the Club also offers Jump (prepay broadband with no contract, no credit checks, no set-up charges). Contact, 021 797 117 or check local course listing.    Hawke's Bay region

  • Web Access Waikato Trust Multiple Categories

    Our vision is a connected community where everyone can participate online effectively. We achieve this through creative resourcing and community education, including Computers in Homes. Web Access Waikato is located in Te Whare Kokonga Community House, is a 20/20 partner and a partner for Spark Jump – prepay broadband with no contract, no credit checks, no set-up charges. Check out upcoming Spark Jump setup sessions.