Your Clarion online account
See how you can get involved with your local area through our community centres and volunteering opportunities, plus discover how you could get a £5,000 grant for a community project.
Find out how to get a grant of up to £5,000 for a community project. We fund a range of projects including those for young people or older people, projects that regenerate facilities, or those that provide access to training or courses.
Become a digital champion
As a volunteer digital champion, you’ll help people learn to use mobile phones, tablets and computers so they can benefit from the internet and access online services safely. It’s also a great way to meet people and develop your own skills.
Become an ambassador
See how our volunteer national ambassadors have had a real impact on policies and services while developing their own skills and experience.
Being a national ambassador has been an amazing experience, and I’m now more confident in my day-to-day life.
Community centres and activities
See how our community centres are helping create thriving communities across the country, and find out how you can get involved in a range of social and educational activities.
Being online can make such a difference to people in so many ways.
volunteer digital champion
Meet Hilary – award-winning digital champion
Hilary is a Clarion resident who volunteers as a digital champion at one of our LiveSmart schemes for older people. In 2019, her outstanding efforts were recognised when she was crowned Clarion Futures Digital Champion of the Year.
Hilary spends two days a week helping residents to get online and develop digital skills. She works with a range of residents, including people with sight impairments, epilepsy, arthritis and depression.
Her calm, friendly manner gives learners the confidence to use new technologies on their own. This enables them to see how digital skills can enhance their lives – helping them to stay in touch with family members, as well as to use online services.
“Being online can make such a difference to people in so many ways. It’s been great going from a learner myself to being able to share my knowledge with others,” says Hilary.
Find out more about becoming a digital champion
Residents' Annual Report
Explore our new, interactive Residents’ Annual Report to see how we’re continuing to improve our services, in spite of the current coronavirus pandemic.
And discover our resident stories from across the country.
For the first time in years I feel safe, stable and excited about finally putting down roots.
Amy’s Place resident