Superhighways is leading the Datawise London programme.

Superhighways offers advice, training and IT support to help small charities and community organisations across London be more effective, raise their profile and demonstrate their impact using digital technology.

Superhighways is the only non-profit in London focused solely on the use of digital technology in community organisations in London’s local civil society. It is part of the charity Kingston Voluntary Action.


HEAR Equality and Human Rights Network

HEAR Equality and Human Rights Network is a pan-equality network of London equality and human rights voluntary and community sector organisations. HEAR connects and supports equalities specialists across all equality characteristics in London to get their voices heard, influence policy, reduce discrimination and improve access.


London Plus

London Plus is the hub for civil society support in London. A small team of 5, they support London’s Volunteer Centres and other volunteer brokerage agencies, facilitate the London Council for Voluntary Services Network, the Social Prescribing Network and support the work of the VCSE Emergencies Partnership. 


Collaborating across London

We will be closely collaborating with the Greater London Authority and DataKind UK (a partner in the Cornerstone Round 1 funded work, along with Coalition for Efficiency and Makerble).

Datawise London also works with a number of Councils for Voluntary Service (CVS) and specialist support providers to reach small organisations across London's boroughs.

If you offer training and advice to small charities, community organisations and voluntary organisations please sign up to the Superhighways e-news to stay informed or get in touch with us for further information.