AbilityNet Tech4Good Awards 2021 Winners

Congratulations to all of our AbilityNet Tech4Good Awards winners and thank you to BT and all our sponsors and judges for another amazing year!

Accessibility Award

A new way for visually impaired people to lead independent lives, now adopted by Kellogs on its breakfast cereals. The NaviLens marker can be read over long distances, helping visually impaired people carry out everyday … Read more

AI For Good

Healx is one of the only biotech companies in the world using AI and machine learning for the specific aim of discovering and developing treatments for rare disease patients in need.

Arts and Culture

Take 30 Together Virtual (T30TV), a new wellbeing-initiative led by the University’s museums service, gives students the opportunity to explore destinations such as Edinburgh Castle, Vancouver Art Gallery, Museum of Technology and Transport in New … Read more

BT Young Pioneer Award

11 year old Otto came up with the idea of an automatic ‘upcycling ideas’ App.

Community Impact

n-compass is one of the largest Carers Services providers, supporting over 40,000 Carers annually. Our specialist support aims to improve Carers’ health and wellbeing and enable them to continue in their role for as long as they choose.  

Digital Volunteer

Joining AbilityNet as a volunteer in 2014, supporting older and disabled people with their tech at home Pat has dealt with over 1800 enquiries…

Education Award

The Maker is a freely available, easy-to-use App which enables adults and children to create, publish and share their own storybooks in a language of their choice. Once downloaded, the App, can be used offline, making it suitable for use in environments where … Read more


Revitalized soils can bring agronomic (soil structure and fertility), food quality (nutritional density), and environmental (massive carbon sequestration) solutions.  Our Soil prebiotic NUTRIGEO is designed to be practical to farmers: liquid form, acceptable dose rate, and … Read more

Tech4Good for Africa Award

Peek Vision develops evidence-based smartphone technology and public health tools to help our partners deliver more efficient, more effective and more equitable eye health programmes. By working with health providers, NGOs and governments, our vision … Read more

Workplace Inclusion Award

 eWorker was started to give exceptional black talent access to opportunities with world-class companies. We remove the friction from hiring and help companies identify untapped talent. 


The Tech4Good Awards are organised by AbilityNet and BT and supported by a range of sponsors and partners:

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