Information Communication Technology (ICT)

HAVS ICT Development Work

Voluntary organisations, especially small groups, often struggle to use computers and information and communication technologies (ICT) efficiently - but these technologies can bring great benefits to our work. That’s why Hillingdon Association of Voluntary Services run a project to help voluntary groups use ICT.

The BIG Lottery Basis Programme grant will be used to develop IT infrastructure for local voluntary & community groups, bringing £300,000 to the borough over 5 years.

We provide hands on training and online IT support to local groups. Initially the service will be free, developing over the 5-year period of the grant to be fully self sufficient in 2014.

Additional ICT pages

We can give your organisation a free ICT health check, give you advice and support your use of computers.

We currently work in the West London boroughs.


This Project is Sponsored by the Basis Programme from the Big Lottery Fund


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