Since the launch of the AbilityNet Tech4Good Awards 2016 in March, the judges were flooded with over 200 nominations across seven Award categories, including accessibility, digital skills, fundraising and young pioneers.
From 200+ entries the judges have narrowed it down to 27 of the best examples of innovation and inclusion today – finalists will be announced at a networking event at the top of the iconic BT Tower on Wednesday 8 June.
AbillityNet Tech4Good Awards organiser, Mark Walker says:
“Once again we’ve been blown away by the quality of the entries for the AbilityNet Tech4Good Awards. A key goal of the Awards is to share the stories of people who are using tech for good, that’s why the People’s Award is so important; to spread the word and shout about all our amazing finalists.”
Follow @Tech4GoodAwards on Twitter, where they will be live tweeting the finalists as they are announced, or check the website on Thursday 9th June, when you will be able to vote for your favourite to win a public vote for the 8th Award – the People’s Award. Voting will close 5pm, Tuesday 5 July, and you can vote via the Tech4Good Awards website or on Twitter, using your chosen finalist’s unique hashtag.
For more information visit the People’s Award page and vote now.
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