The United Kingdom shares a similar demographic distribution to the United States in regards to Senior Citizens and digital inclusion. One way a group of NGOs are trying to bridge the digital divide is through their program called the Digital Inclusion Network. This group, founded in 2006, consists of more than 200 member organizations that provides computer and Internet training to Senior Citizens. Member NGOs sign an MOU and participate in this network by sharing best practices and local information and receive start-up support including toolkit, learning materials and resources, and opportunities to network and create partnerships.
This partnership organization is managed by AgeUK, an organization that provides information spanning financial advice and health advice, to public policy research and funding regarding Senior Citizens. The Digital Inclusion Network is a fine example of networking local NGOs which know its constituents best, to best serve and address issues involving digital inclusion.