The 10 British nonprofits in Google’s £3.2m Impact Challenge have been revealed. Supported by Nesta, the Google Impact Challenge asked UK-based charities how they would change the world through innovative technology.
The 10 finalists are all guaranteed to receive a £200,000 grant, as well as mentorship and training from both Google and Nesta.
Helen Goulden, Impact Challenge Judge and Executive Director in Nesta’s Innovation Lab said: “This challenge shines a light on the just how many charities are already doing great things with technology to address some of our most pressing challenges. We’re hugely excited by the 10 finalists who’ve made it to this stage, there are some fantastic projects in the running – now it’s up to the public to decide who should be the grand prize winners.”
The final will take place at Google’s London headquarters on Thursday 31st July.
Click here for the full list of finalists and to cast your votes.
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