The winners of the AbilityNet Tech4Good Awards 2018 have been announced...

The eighth annual awards took place at a ceremony yesterday at BT Centre, London, where more than 200 people came together to celebrate these amazing people who use digital technology to make the world a better place for other people.

Tech4Good Awards organiser, AbilityNet’s Head of Marketing and Communications, Mark Walker said This year we saw over 200 high-quality entries that showcase how people are using technology for good. As always, judging the awards was a very tough task, with many worthy entries just missing out on awards and so we are delighted to announce these extremely worthy winners of the AbilityNet Tech4Good Awards 2018Congratulations to each and every one of them for their hard work and success. And commiserations to those who didn’t win – they were all great entries, worthy of an award.”

The winners are:

AbilityNet Accessibility Award

Be My Eyes

BT Connected Society Award

Small Robot Company

BT Young Pioneer Award

Water Watcher

Comic Relief Tech4Good for Africa Award

Unlocking Talent Through Technology

Community Impact Award

Mind of My Own (MOMO)

Digital Health Award


Digital Skills Award

Generation Code

Tech Volunteer of the Year Award

Anna Holland Smith

Tech4Good People’s Award

WaytoB – chosen as the winner of the Tech4Good People’s Award by the general public who voted for their favourite finalist via Twitter

“The Tech4Good Awards celebrate the winners’ success and share their stories to inspire others, whilst recognising all entrants’ hard work and creativity. Each winner has truly used their passion for digital technology to change the lives of other people. We now look forward to seeing how our winners and the other entrants progress in future as they go on to shape the world and help others using digital technology.

Find out more about the winners and their stories here.