WaveLength gives media technology to people who are lonely and living in poverty.
Our beneficiaries tell us their TVs and radios are ‘lifelines’. They connect them to the outside world, and comfort them through long days and lonely nights. And research from the University of York confirms these benefits.
Staring at a blank wall doesn’t do anybody any good. WaveLength opens up a window to the world.
In 2017, we helped 26,506 people overcome loneliness, and provided technology to 452 organisations. To find out more about our work last year, take a look at our 2017 Snapshot!