Tag: Tech for Good
Bethnal Green Ventures and The Children's Society are offering funds and support for organisations to launch their own digital ideas for children and young people.
New research from BT ahead of the Tech4Good Young Pioneer Award indicates that tech-savvy young people need more encouragement to realise the social good that can be done through digital.
A total of 36 projects are vying for digital innovation awards in areas including health, education and diversity.
The fund continues a commitment by Comic Relief and Paul Hamlyn Foundation to support digital innovation within the charity sector.
The 2019 Impact Awards celebrate the best of UK tech for social impact, with Charity Digital News sponsoring the People's Choice awards.
Tech schemes that support carers, low paid workers and those looking to transform their neighbourhood are among those to receive funding from the Social Tech Trust.
Nesta programme suggests that drones have a role to play in tech-for-good innovation and social good initiatives, particularly for operations in healthcare.
Good causes to receive £40,000+ to develop a range of projects that will enable charitable organisations to use digital technologies to improve people’s lives.