In a speech at the Mashable +Social Good Conference hosted at BT Centre in London on Friday 27 March, BT's CEO Gavin Patterson launched our new tech literacy ambition to reach five million children by 2020
BT and Barclays have teamed up to provide free wi-fi and hands on digital support at libraries and community centres in deprived areas across England.
Nominations are open for the Tech4Good Awards 2015 – celebrating people who use digital technology to make the world a better place.
As part of our commitment to helping our customers stay safe online, our new series of short Vine videos showcase practical tips for parents to stop their children seeing something they shouldn't online.
Nearly one in five parents of 5 to 10-year-olds says their children have accessed inappropriate content online in the last year, according to a new survey.
At BT, we want our customers and their families to be safe when using the Internet. To mark Safer Internet Day 2015 on 10 February, we've created a simple infographic that shows how we're helping them do just that.
BT employees are sharing their skills and knowledge with their families and in their local communities to help children and young people to stay safe online.
BT is looking for SMEs with innovative ideas to help the government meet the changing needs of people across the UK.
It could be the most power-ful conversion of an old BT Payphone kiosk to date – a mobile phone-charging solarbox.
Read how ADVA Optical Networking - a major equipment supplier to BT, have been named as the BT Better Future Supplier Forum Game Changing Challenge winners for 2014.
BT has won the Grand Prix award in design for its Home Hub 5 – a product redesigned around our customers.
The ranking is made in the Global 100 Most Sustainable Corporations in the World, the world's pre-eminent sustainability equity index. It is produced annually by Corporate Knights to coincide with the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.
RE100: The journey to 100% highlights the business and wider environmental benefits of switching to renewables.
Over 40,000 Dendrobaena worms from Hungary have been introduced at BT's first wormery to help reduce the amount of food waste at its research HQ, Adastral Park.
BT has been recognised as a leader for the depth and quality of climate change data it has disclosed to investors and the global marketplace and for its actions to reduce carbon emissions by CDP.
As the nation gets ready for National Car Share Week – being run by Liftshare.com between 6 and 10 October – BT is encouraging its employees worldwide to consider car-sharing.
Four members of our emergency response team (ERT) are travelling to Vanuatu to combat the devastation caused by tropical cyclone Pam. They'll be setting up the International Disaster Response satellite capability - used to co-ordinate the relief effort on the ground.
Scores of old red BT phone boxes are set to be transformed into new small businesses.
MyDonate, BT's free online fundraising service for UK charities and fundraisers, has launched a new Facebook page to share stories about people committed to raising money for great causes.
BT Sport's The Supporters Club has teamed up with the National Basketball Association (NBA) in a partnership to support Greenhouse, a London-based sports charity that uses sport to engage hard-to-reach young people.
With this trial technology, you might just find it talks back. Rob, an innovation consultant at BT, wanted to help connect the socially-isolated people with friends, family and carers using simple technology.
BT Sport's The Supporters Club has launched its #MyExtraTime volunteering campaign to make a difference for young people this Christmas, backed by a host of BT Sport stars.
BT is once again gearing up to support the annual BBC Children in Need campaign – culminating in an action-packed night of entertainment on Friday 14 November.
BT is playing a key role in Stand Up To Cancer (SU2C) – the joint national fundraising campaign from Cancer Research UK and Channel 4 designed to accelerate new cancer treatments to UK patients and save more lives.