Support Get Online Week

Support your community to get online by taking part in our national digital inclusion campaign.

Get Online Week supports the 1 in 4 Australians who are still digitally excluded to get online confidently, safely and affordably.

Hundreds of community organisations organise free and fun events for people with low digital skills every Get Online Week. Hosted annually in October, Get Online Week shows us that everyone can take action to close the digital divide.

There are lots of ways that you can get support to get online or starting helping others this Get Online Week, 14-20 October 2024.

Our ideas below are just the start of how you can get involved in Get Online Week.

Take action this Get Online Week

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Help others get online Anyone can be a digital mentor and help others get online. Lots of people need some support to improve their digital skills. You don't need to be a tech expert to be patient, friendly and motivating. We have plenty of tips and free resources to help you to get started.

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Host a digital skills event Join our network of hundreds of community partners and host a free Get Online Week event for your community. We have lots of resources to help you to get started including event ideas, tips for hosting digital skills events and marketing resources.

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Share our tips We have lots of simple and easy to follow tips to help people feel safe and confident. Share our tips with your friends and social media networks to help others get online. Print them out using the link at the bottom of each article for people just getting started.

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Sponsor the campaign Show your organisation's support for Get Online Week by sponsoring the campaign. We love partnering up with like-minded organisations to close the digital divide. Contact us to have a chat about how you can get involved.


Get a helping hand

If you or someone you know needs a helping hand to improve your smartphone, tablet or computer skills, our friendly network of community partners is here to help.

Find help to get online near you by calling us on 1300 795 897.