The entry deadline for this year’s AbilityNet Tech4Good Awards is now less than one month away – all entries must be submitted by 6 May 2016.
The Tech4Good Awards recognise organisations and individuals who use digital technology to improve the lives of others. So, if you’re using technology for the good of others, or know someone else who is, then why not enter this year’s event? As former winners have attested, it could be the springboard your work needs to reach a wider audience.
The categories are as follows:
- AbilityNet Accessibility Award
Software, hardware or other digital innovation that transforms the lives of disabled people.
- BT MyDonate Fundraising Award
We’re looking for unique examples of how technology has helped people, charities and businesses with charitable fundraising.
- Community Impact Award
Charities, businesses or individuals using digital technology to transform their community.
- Digital Skills Award
Innovative ways of helping people of any age to acquire the skills they need for the digital age.
- Digital Health Award
Using computers, the internet and other digital technologies to deliver health and well-being to individuals or communities.
- IT Volunteer of the Year Award
Celebrating those amazing individuals who use their digital skills to make a difference to the lives of others.
- Young Pioneer Award
We are looking for inspiring examples of how young people, under the age of 18, are using technology to meet a need or tackle a problem that they care about.
Previous winners of these prestigious awards include the developers of healthcare apps, school groups, volunteers and tech giants, showing how the awards are open to all within the sector. Full details of last year’s award winners can be found here.
To enter, head along to the Tech4Good Awards website now or click the links above.
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