Community Impact Award 2019

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This Award is open to any individual, business, charity, social enterprise or other public body with a base in the UK. It may refer to the work they do as a whole or one specific project.

We are looking for:
  • organisations or initiatives that are using digital to have positive social impacts in geographical communities and/or communities of interest of all types;
  • Good Things Foundation logoany project that improves social inclusion for a group of people – you could be improving their skills, helping them to be less lonely, or to addressing financial or health barriers;
  • entries that are using digital in a community setting to engage people in innovative ways;
  • projects or initiatives with a proven impact on social inclusion – this doesn’t have to mean huge numbers, but we’re keen you can show this impact (through stories, quotes or statistics).

The winner will be able to show that they are:

  • meeting a clearly identified need in the community;
  • involving the community in the solution;
  • helping to overcome specific disadvantage[s];
  • using computers and the internet to achieve social change;
  • innovative, high quality and inspiring;
  • sharable/replicable.

The winning entry will answer the questions asked in a clear and concise way, giving examples wherever possible and quantifying the impact on the community.

Sorry the entries for this year's Tech4Good Awards are now closed


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