Go ON Gold

online access for disabled people


Go ON Gold was a national campaign to raise awareness about the barriers faced by disabled people in accessing computers and the Internet, and to help remove those barriers.

The project has now ended, and we are in the process of transferring its assets including our online resources and our network of partners to our two legacy partners: Lasa (for our online resources) and One Voice for Accessible ICT Coalition (for our partner network).

Once this process is complete we will update this page with links, and contact all our project partners. Thanks so much to everyone who helped, and to Nominet Trust for funding the campaign.

Campaign news

Post Office helps Go ON Gold celebrate its half-century

Post Office logo
Submitted 3 August, 2013 - 18:15

The Post Office has become the 50th organisation to join Go ON Gold, the national initiative to raise awareness of challenges faced by people with disabilities in accessing digital technologies.

National deafblind charity Sense joins Go ON Gold

Go ON Gold is helping deafblind charity Sense with a year-long Social Media Project.
Submitted 10 July, 2013 - 16:09

Sense, the national charity which supports deafblind adults and children, is the latest organisation to team up with our national initiative aimed at helping disabled people get online and use computers.

Guide Dogs is latest national charity to join campaign

Guide dog in its harness
Submitted 21 June, 2013 - 14:31

The iconic charity Guide Dogs has become the latest partner to join the Go ON Gold Campaign. The organisation is the world's largest breeder and trainer of working dogs and has helped more than 29,000 people achieve life-changing independence since it was founded in 1931.