Following much debate among the judges, the finalists of the AbilityNet Tech4Good Awards 2016 have been announced.
From 200+ entries the judges have narrowed it down to 28 of the best examples of innovation and inclusion today in seven Award categories, including accessibility, digital skills, fundraising and young pioneers.
While the team of judges decided the shortlist for seven of the Awards, the eighth Award, the People’s Award, is decided by you, the general public. Any of the 28 finalists could win this Award, and it’s up to you to choose a winner. Visit the Vote Now page to have your say.
Follow @Tech4GoodAwards on Twitter and vote by using each individual finalist’s unique hashtag to double their chances. Every tweet and re-tweet counts as a vote, and you can find your favourite finalist’s hashtag on their page, listed below.
Voting closes at 5pm on Tuesday 5 July, and winners of all awards will be announced live on Twitter at the Awards ceremony on Wednesday 6 July and on the website on Thursday 7 July.
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