The winners of Tech4Good Awards 2013 are:
Accessibility Award 2013
sponsored by AbilityNet and BATA
Barclays has installed over 3,500 accessible ATMs and introduced Hi Vis Debit Cards
BT Get IT Together Award 2013
sponsored by BT
Tackling digital exclusion by working with communities, individuals and businesses in South West England for over 20 years Websites Link to Cosmic.
Community Impact Award 2013
sponsored by Camelot and UK online centres
Self Help Services
Self-help group in Manchester using innovative IT solutions to help people with mental health issues.
Website link to Self Help Services.
Digital Giving Award 2013
sponsored by NFP Tweetup
The Big Give
Not-for-profit platform for charities to fundraise online in innovative ways and helps donors to give intelligently.
Website link for the Big Give.
Digital Skills Award 2013
sponsored by Barclaycard
After-school clubs for 9-11 years with volunteers teaching kids the forgotten art of computer programming.
Website link for Code Club.
Grow Your Charity Online Award 2013
sponsored by Media Trust and Microsoft
The Prospects Trust at Snakehall Farm
IT Volunteer of the Year Award 2013
sponsored by IT4Communities and Microlink
Has been a tech volunteer at RNIB for over 40 years
Local Digital Champions Awards 2013
sponsored by Go ON UK
An inspirational tutor helping people from disadvantaged parts of Merseyside get online for the first time
Tech4Good People’s Award 2013
sponsored by Brandwatch
My Home Helper
An information system to help dementia sufferers stay healthy and keep in touch with family and friends
Tech4Good Youth Award 2013
sponsored by BT, Amey, Fujitsu and Installation Technology
The team is creating an app to help visually impaired people navigate using their smartphone
Tech4Good Special Award 2013
Dame Stephanie Shirley
An inspirational IT entrepreneur who is now one of the UK’s most generous philanthropists
Congratulations to all our winners and all the other finalists.
The winners were announced by Mariella Frostrup at a Ceremony in London – pictures and more news to follow but you can check the whole thing on this great Storify post from Rachel Beer of NFP Tweetup who is one of the judges.