International Partnership

We’re proud of what we’ve achieved in the UK, but it doesn’t stop there. Across the world, only just over half the population use the internet, meaning there are millions who aren't benefiting from it at all.

We already work with organisations and governments overseas, and we’re ready to help any country or overseas organisation find ways to address digital literacy at scale.

We’ve successfully trialled the use of Learn My Way as a digital inclusion platform in the Philippines, and we’re working with an Australian NGO to create an online disability network in Western Sydney.

We want to help as many people as possible improve their lives through digital, so if you’re an overseas organisation or funder, we’d be delighted to hear from you.

“Good Things Foundation has been a member of Telecentre Europe network since its creation the back in 2010. Telecentre Europe started as an informal network of pioneers in digital inclusion - helping disadvantaged people all over Europe to access digital technologies and acquire the skills they need to make their life better. Good Things Foundation is one of our network’s most prominent members with vast experience in enabling digitally excluded people to use digital technologies. They have made a great contribution to the network and have inspired us to start the European Get Online Week, a pan-European campaign based on the Get Online Week they have been running in the UK.”

Chief Executive Officer
Laurentiu Bunescu

If you would like to work with us, please get in contact

Spotlight on... the Philippines

Following work with and ITU Telecentre Women’s Digital Literacy Campaign, Good Things Foundation carried out a pilot project with the Philippines Government in November 2015, working through local Tech4ED Centres as well as with ITU.

 The pilot tested the use of Learn My Way in a different economic and cultural context, exploring the relevance of its content and issues relating to bandwidth. After four months, 95% of the Filipino audience agreed that Learn My Way was easy to use and had benefitted from its learning content.


The Philippines has a population of 110 million with 63 million people being digitally excluded.
This ranks the Philippines 11th in the world in terms of the number of people in a country who are digitally excluded.