Working with partners and supporters to keep children safe online | Internet Matters

Our partners and supporters

The work we do cannot be achieved without our partners and supporters who have given their consistent commitment since the start of Internet Matters. Their support and vision of creating an industry-wide coalition has allowed us to make an impact in the lives of families and schools about online safety.

Carolyn Bunting, IM CEO

Carolyn Bunting

CEO, Internet Matters

Message from CEO

“On behalf of Internet Matters, I’d like to thank all those we work with for their continued support and commitment to tackling this challenging societal issue. It has never been more important that, together, we create a future where we ensure children and young people can benefit from all that connected technology has to offer without coming to harm.”

Importance of working together

Our partners and supporters recognise that the industry has a responsibility to help parents keep their children safe online. Their significant support and investment are critical to ensuring Internet Matters is able to provide free online safety information and connect parents with the best resources from other expert organisations.

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About our supporters

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Twitter

“Twitter has been a supporter of Internet Matters for several years and they continue to help us use their platform to increase our reach and impact through in-kind financial contribution.”

Premier League Kicks

“Online safety is more important now than it ever has been. We are pleased to work with Internet Matters, who are experts in this space, to support the thousands of young people participating in the Premier League Kicks programme with their digital wellbeing.”

KCOM

“We’re pleased to support the work of Internet Matters as a highly visible destination for advice and support about how people can control their experience online and deal with any issues that may arise.”

Our vision

We inspire leading organisations to create a future where children and young people are prepared to benefit safely from the impact of connected technology.

We exist to:

  • Give parents, carers and professionals the evidence-based guidance they need to help children embrace the internet with confidence and to protect them from online harm.
  • Raise awareness through campaigns and industry partnerships so that children and young people can be happy and healthy online.
  • Ensure the views of parents and children are consistently and systematically heard by industry, policymakers and government.

Impact Report 2019-2020

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