Finalists named for Tech4Good Awards 2018
More than 30 contenders are shortlisted across the eight categories of this year’s AbilityNet accolades – public still has time to cast its vote for the People’s Award.
Finalists for the UK AbilityNet Tech4Good Awards 2018 – an annual showcase for the people who use digital technology to to improve the lives of others – have now been announced.
The awards highlight the charities, businesses and volunteers that use the power of technology to improve other people’s lives.
Entry was open to any business, charity, individual or public body in the UK. Voting is also now open for the People’s Award, which is chosen by votes from the general public. Each entry has its own hashtag and voting closes at 5pm on Monday 9th July 2018.
“Each entry in this year’s awards has truly used their passion for digital technology to change the lives of other people,” said Mark Walker, Head of Marketing and Communications at AbilityNet. “We are now looking forward to the awards ceremony on 17th July at BT Centre in London, where we will celebrate the achievements of these amazing people who use digital technology to make the world a better place for other people.”
The AbilityNet Tech4Good Awards 2018 finalists are (by category):
AbilityNet Accessibility Award
- Be My Eyes
- Seeing AI
BT Connected Society Award
- Always in Mind
- Small Robot Company
BT Young Pioneer Award
- Code Camp
- Mind Moodz
- Water Watcher
Comic Relief Tech4Good for Africa Award
- Unlocking Talent Through Technology
Community Impact Award
- Digital Voice
- Mind of My Own
- Tap to the App
Digital Health Award
- Apart of Me
- Immersive Rehab
- Moment Health
Digital Skills Award
- Generation Code
- Nominet Digital Neighbourhood
Digital Volunteer of the Year Award
- Ann Crago
- Anna Holland-Smith
- Graham Gunning
- Richard Rankin
For more details about all of the finalists in contention visit the awards website.