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Stone and digital inclusion

stone logoBECTA Home Access

Stone were an approved supplier as part of the Becta Home Access programme. Announced by Prime Minister Gordon Brown in September 2008, Home Access was a scheme that helped over 260,000 low-income families with children aged 7-18 in full-time education to get online.

BT Connected Social Housing

BT Connected Social Housing – Stone, along with Microsoft and Citizens Online, is a partner in the BT Connected Social Housing programme – designed to provide simple and quick access for housing associations to launch a digital inclusion programme for their citizens.

Microsoft Get Online @ Home

Stone is one of only a small handful of partners of Microsoft Get Online @ Home –  an initiative from Microsoft and its partners to provide low cost refurbished desktop and laptop computers to support the Go ON UK digital inclusion programme.

Family Fund

Stone works with the Family Fund charity, the UK’s largest provider of grants to low-income families raising disabled and seriously ill children and young people, to help ease the additional pressures families face by proving digital devices with assistive technology software pre-installed.