Quids in! supports the Nobody In The Dark campaign, helping people who feel unsure about how the internet can boost their finances.
You may have seen our Future-Proof Finance Quiz. This is one online tool that can help people grow their income and reduce their spending. It doesn’t ask for personal financial details, it just has a series of yes/no questions. It also links onto other websites that can take people a step further.
You can see the official Nobody In The Dark page here. It is hosted by Mastercard, who also support the campaign along with the online skills charity, the Good Things Foundation. The website points visitors towards handy hints and helpful how-to guides from us and our friends at Learn My Way. (They provide free, online courses to help newcomers find their way around the internet.) Everything is carefully chosen, easy to use and safe, so you can feel more confident and connected.
Step into the light and take control of your money
On 11th November 2020 Mastercard shone a light on digital and financial exclusion by lighting up tower blocks in London and Bristol. The buildings were lit up for 19 minutes 40 seconds, to represent the 19.4 million Britons* who feel in the dark, due to digital and financial exclusion made worse by COVID-19. (*Source: YouGov)
[Watch the video below to see incredible footage of the messages]
Online tips for you and your wallet
- Need help with life in lockdown? Read the Quids in! top 5 tips for coping right now… GET TIPS
- Got money worries in the new normal? See our frequently asked questions and get yours answered by the Quids in! team… CHECK FAQs
- Not sure how Universal Credit works? Learn about Universal Credit and how to manage a claim with Learn My Way… FIND OUT
- Want to get more out of the internet? Discover more free courses from Learn My Way so you can learn digital skills to stay safe and connected… KNOW HOW
Learn My Way is a website with free online courses, helping you develop confidence in digital skills to stay safe and connected. Learn My Way is provided by Good Things Foundation, a registered UK charity working for digital inclusion… FIND OUT MORE