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Digital Champions

Help family, friends and community members to get more out of life by introducing them to the many benefits of getting online and staying connected.

Become a Digital Champion

Being a Digital Champion is about encouraging others to get connected, while supporting them to make the most of the internet. You don’t have to be an expert with computers; you don’t even need to be a current Clarion resident, all you need is the desire to help people and communities get online. So, if you’re over the age of 18 and would like to volunteer in your community, get in touch. 

Some great reasons to get involved:

  • Free online courses, resources and support.
  • Certificates and badges to add to your CV.
  • Share ideas and receive support.
  • Have fun and feel good – it’s very satisfying to know you’ve made a difference to those around you.
David  – volunteer digital champion

David has been a digital champion for two years. He helps older residents in LiveSmart schemes to get online, supports people who speak English as a second language with digital skills, and runs “tech & tea” drop-in sessions in Islington.

Apply to be a Champion

Apply to become a Digital Champion by contacting our team. Once you get in touch, a member of the team will get back to you within five working days to discuss the next steps and send you an information pack, which will contain everything you need to know about the role.

Apply via email


Volunteering opportunities

Volunteering is a great way to expand your skills and support your local community.

Digital grants

Grants of between £1,000 and £5,000 are available for charities and community organisations to support Clarion Housing customers of all ages to get and stay online.