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Tech4Good Awards 2016: Meet the Winners

The winners of the AbilityNet Tech4Good Awards 2016 have been announced at a glittering ceremony at BT Centre. Our 28 finalists were joined by special guests from the worlds of charity, technology and government. Our host, award-winning technology journalist Kate Russell, revealed nine winners, before the audience used the power of glowsticks to choose the … Read more

Robin winning award

Tech4Good Special Award 2016: Robin Christopherson

Every year we choose one person to celebrate and honour with the Tech4Good Special Award – someone who embodies the spirit of the Tech4Good Awards, and stands as an example to others of all that we stand for. Past winners of this Award include Professor Stephen Hawking in 2012 – in the same week that … Read more

Volunteer working with older service users to develop their digital skills

Digital inclusion at the heart of AbilityNet Tech4Good Awards

Without digital skills, it can be almost impossible to reach the support and services many of us use on a daily basis. From cheaper utility bills to advice on healthcare, the Internet can be an amazing resource – but for many people, it can be a scary place. In 2013 we championed social enterprise Cosmic … Read more

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Spotlight: IT Volunteer of the Year Award

With less than a month to go before entries close it’s time to pick up the pace and make your nominations. We’ve already received some great nominations, and the IT Volunteer of the Year Award is always one of the hardest Awards to judge. Every year we receive so many heart-warming stories of individuals who … Read more

Tech4Good Awards Impact: Motivated by Fish and Chips?

Following on from our last blog on the Digital Skills Award, we asked Anna Geraghty, Head of Marketing, Communications and Training at Tinder Foundation for a few words on their support of the Tech4Good Awards, specifically the Community Impact Award. In case you missed our last blog, you can find it here. “This is the … Read more