Action for Children has been working with Dell since 2010 to deliver our unique Inspire IT programme. Inspire IT provides disadvantaged young people with a secure place to access IT equipment at their local Action for Children service.



Together, we provide access to technology and training which are key to success in today’s world. The programme offers learning opportunities for our young people, and improves how they live, work and connect with their communities.

Dell staff also volunteer their time to support our projects and organise a number of fundraising activities across the UK each year.

Dell’s funding gives us the opportunity to make a huge difference to the children, young people and families that we support; an opportunity which simply wouldn’t be possible without Dell’s commitment.

Inspire IT works with Young People in Northern Ireland who are not in education, employment or training.  

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"Action for Children has been one of Dell’s strategic charity partners since 2010. Throughout our partnership, we have worked with a fantastic team who have engaged our staff all over the UK with innovative fundraising and volunteering opportunities. We have been able to see the impact of Dell’s support in improving the lives of some of the most vulnerable children across the UK and we are extremely proud to support Action for Children and Inspire IT."

Nicola Bogle, Global Business Marketing Manager, Dell


How is Inspire IT changing the lives of vulnerable young people?

Dell’s technology is being used to:

  • teach vulnerable young people how to stay safe online.
  • help care leavers shape their futures as independent adults by providing courses on basic IT training, significantly improving their chances of securing full time employment.
  • create tutorial videos on cookery and other skills such as CV writing to help teach young people the basic skills they need to live independently and to explore new opportunities.

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