Around 10,000 young BT Digital Champions enjoyed performances from a whole host of stars at the BT-sponsored Rock Assembly concert held in London.
BT has revealed that the social benefits of getting online are worth more than £1,000 a year to someone using the internet for the first time.
The winners of the 2014 Tech4Good Awards have been announced. The awards celebrate the hard work and creative genius of individuals and organisations who use the power of digital technology to make life better for everyone
The Get IT Together project in Nairn was named the overall winner in this year's Digital Unite Spring Online Best Event Awards, which celebrate outstanding work by local volunteers and organisations.
Take a look in our 2014 Better Future Report to find out about the launch of The Right Click: Internet Safety Matters, a three-year partnership with UNICEF to deliver online safety workshops for up to 35,000 teachers, parents and children.
BT, Sky, Virgin Media and TalkTalk have come together to launch Internet Matters, which aims to help parents learn about, talk about and deal with the issues and technologies that children may encounter online.
Over the past two years more than 26,000 11-19 year olds have pledged an hour of their time to share their digital knowledge by teaching people who are not yet online how to use the internet.
Find out how more than a hundred households in a Glasgow Housing Association high-rise will be able to connect to the internet as part of a new project to encourage digital inclusion.
BT has signed long-term Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs) worth £440 million with three wind farms in Scotland, Wales and Lancashire. The deals will secure more than 100 Megawatts (MW) of renewable energy to help power its UK operations.
Take a look at this great video to see how the Designing Our Tomorrow principles developed with the University of Cambridge Engineering Design Centre are reducing the environmental impact of our products and services.
Read about how our products and services have contributed towards the Net Good goal and generated £3.1bn in revenue in the Better Future Report 2014.
Find out how BT's Net Good programme will work with customers, suppliers, partners and employees to use our technology to help cut carbon and address some of the resources challenges facing the planet.
We have joined forces with Forum for the Future, The Climate Group, WWF and other companies to create the Net Positive group. Organisations that aspire to be Net Positive don't want to minimise harm, or do 'less bad'. They actively want to create good.
Our goal is to help customers reduce emissions by a ratio of 3:1 compared with BT's full carbon footprint. Find out how we calculate our carbon footprint and how we developed our methodology.
The Better Future Supplier Forum was set up by BT to identify, collect, disseminate and implement best practice and drive innovation in sustainability in our supply chain.
Our free interactive, online energy saving tool helps customers find ways of reducing their carbon footprint – both at home and at work – saving energy and potentially money too.
BT's charitable initiative The Supporters Club celebrates its first birthday with £2.5m raised to date. Read on to find out more about our #WeAre1 celebrations.
Small Charity Week runs from 16 to 21 June, celebrating the essential work of the UK's small charity sector. Take a look at the ways in which we support smaller charities.
This year, BT supported Soccer Aid by providing our MyDonate for telethons technology and our people volunteering – helping to raise £2m from ticket sales and donations for UNICEF.
Our new BT Tower Dining Club service gives charities exclusive access to fundraising events at London's iconic BT Tower.
Our free fundraising platform MyDonate helped to raise £57m for good causes in 2013/14. Read more about our progress in our Better Future Report 2014.
Learn more about BT's new charitable initiative, The Supporters Club, which aims to use the unique power of sport to transform young lives in the UK and across the world.
Watch our video to see how BT brought together its emergency response capabilities and fundraising expertise to help restore communications and raise money for aid in the wake of Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines in 2013.
Did you know BT provides skilled volunteers to charity? We match our people and skills to what charities need, through our BT Troubleshooter and BT Community Challenge services.