Assistance for Individuals
Salford Council are working with third parties to collect and redistribute donated devices to local schools and low income families. We believe that everyone should have access to a computer and social status should not stop that.
As a council, we’re doing all we can to help and we’re now appealing to Salford businesses and individuals - if you’re in a position to help, please consider doing so. Whether it’s a small financial donation, or if you could donate any unused laptops or tablets, we’d be enormously grateful and you’d be giving something back to your city and helping disadvantaged families and young people.
Salford Assist doesn’t offer cash payments, but would consider your immediate needs and try to help with essential items such as:
- a referral for baby milk, nappies or food for your baby and your family
- essential furniture items, for example a bed, or white goods
- help with emergency supply of gas or electric where there is no heating in the household
- advice and referrals to another service, agency or fund
- council tax support
- copies of birth certificates for homeless people
All plans include:
- 1 month plan, cancel anytime
- Unlimited calls & texts
- Unrestricted tethering in the UK
- No credit check
- Fast 4G & 3G data
- No speed caps
All plans include WiFi Calling to supercharge your signal
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The Great British Tech Appeal, Your old phone or tablet could change a life
Donate your old phones and tablets to The Great British Tech Appeal and we’ll gift them to young people, supported by Barnardo’s, with 6 months free unlimited data.
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Individuals based in a UK academic institution can apply for a share of up to £800,000 to join the cyber security academic startup accelerator programme
BASIC are a charity who, with the support from Salford CVS are supplying a free digital clinic for those with long term neurological conditions in Salford.