Charity Digital News has been confirmed as the AbilityNet Tech4Good Awards 2017 exclusive media partner.
In partnership with Technology Trust, Charity Digital News focuses on innovations in charity technology and the latest editorial insight for professionals involved in technology and its use within the UK’s third sector.
Charity Digital News is the exclusive media partner for the third year running and will help to promote and support the awards.
It will run web banner campaigns to encourage award nominations and produce interesting editorial content about the life-changing stories unearthed in the awards.
And amongst other activities Charity Digital News will also provide a judge for the awards, plus someone to present an award at the ceremony hosted by BT on 11 July at BT Centre, London.
This is the seventh year of the awards, which are organised by AbilityNet and sponsored by BT, and entry is free and open to any business, charity, individual or public body in the UK.
Matthew Moorut, Head of Marketing at Charity Digital News, said: “We are delighted to be the exclusive partner for these unique awards, which share the amazing stories of people who are using tech to make the world a better place.”
Mark Walker Head of Marketing & Communications at AbilityNet, added: “It’s great to be partnering with Charity Digital News again and we look forward to working with them to make this year’s awards our best yet.”
You can enter the awards now with entries open until 5pm on 8 May.
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