We know how hectic life can be – which is why we’ve decided to extend entry to the AbilityNet Tech4Good Awards 2016 until 9am on Wednesday 11th May! With an extra 48 hours to enter, there’s still plenty of time to write an Award-winning entry – and if you need some help, here’s a round-up of useful resources:
→ Read Mark Walker’s winning tips on how to write an eye-catching entry.
→ Not sure your organisation has been around long enough to enter? Read how 7-month old Pennies won in 2011, and the incredible impact it had for them.
→ VIDEO: Raspberry Pi talk about the importance of the Tech4Good Awards in shining a light on unsung tech heroes.
→ We’ve got some of the biggest names in tech on our judging panel, and they’ll be reading every single entry. Get under their radar and enter now.
→ VIDEO: Robin Christopherson, Head of Digital Inclusion at AbilityNet, speculates on the future of wearable tech at the launch of the AbilityNet Tech4Good Awards 2016.
→ BuffaloGrid won the BT Ingenious Award 2014 for their innovative use of mobile technology – read about the incredible impact winning had for them.
We rely on you to tell us who should win these Awards. We want to hear about your local community project, a volunteer giving up their time with your organisation, or the amazing young people working under the radar to change the world. Entry for the AbilityNet Tech4Good Awards 2016 is free and open to any charity, business, individual, social enterprise, school, college, university or any other public body with a base in the UK.
Entry for AbilityNet Tech4Good Awards 2016 closes 9am Wednesday 11th May.