Superhighways is an ICT support and development project, run by and for the voluntary and community sector and based in South London. 

Our aim is to build voluntary and community organisations' ICT  capacity, enabling more efficient and effective service delivery in the community. 

We provide a range of services including technical and strategic support and advice, ICT training, project management and consultancy. 

We can support your organisation to realise the benefits of ICT, working towards your mission and within your budgets.

We also work to address digital exclusion via our Community Connected project.



"Their staff are experts in the field, but, as importantly, they also understand the voluntary sector and the limitations of our budgets and capacity. 

This is extremely important to us" 


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Our ‘techie tea party training style’ is about getting enjoyment through sharing learning and skills 

This exciting, basic digital skills project offers both training and volunteering opportunities at 3 local venues in Kingston.  We are looking to recruit 36 learners and 12 trained digital champion volunteers to support our techie tea parties. 


On Monday 5 February I attended #SMEX18 – Social Media Exchange 2018. As the newest Superhighways employee, I had heard a lot about how inspiring and motivating this annual charity digital skills event is.

Organised by Jude Habib, ex BBC reporter turned founder of sounddelivery – who support organisations to tell their stories with impact – it’s a day of digital training, giving voluntary sector workers lots of new ideas to try out.

Missed Impact Aloud 2017?

Smiling crowd at Impact Aloud

Don't worry - you can catch up with videos, interviews, tweets and more from the day on our Storify.

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