Global Impact Challenge UK shortlist announced

Google has revealed the 10 shortlisted UK charities for the Global impact challenge, a competition which aims to provide grants of GBP500.00 to charities which use technology to change the world for the better.

| 28th May 13
10 shortlisted UK charities have been announced
10 shortlisted UK charities have been announced
10 shortlisted UK charities have been announced

Google’s Global impact challenge is a competition which aims to provide grants of GBP500.00 to charities which use technology to change the world for the better.  As reported on UK fundraising, Google has revealed the 10 shortlisted UK charities. There will be four winners. One will be selected as part of a public vote, which can be placed here.

Sir Tim Berners-Lee, judge and inventor of the World Wide Web, commented: “The Web’s contribution to economic progress has been much celebrated, but I believe that we are only scratching the surface of its potential to solve social and political problems. On behalf of the World Wide Web Foundation, I’m delighted to join Google in this exciting and innovative initiative.”