You can pick the winner of the AbilityNet Tech4Good Awards, People’s Award You can pick the winner of the AbilityNet Tech4Good Awards, People’s Award

You can pick the winner of the AbilityNet Tech4Good Awards, People’s Award

Posted on: by Alison Wilson

The finalists have been announced for the AbilityNet Tech4Good Awards 2018.

They are the only awards to highlight the wealth of charities, businesses and volunteers across the UK that use technology to improve the other people’s lives.

Sponsored by BT, the awards are organised by national accessibility charity AbilityNet.  This is the eighth year of the awards and entry is open to any business, charity, individual or public body in the UK.

We are excited to support the awards, as Recite Me is a sponsor of the awards, and we also donate our web accessibility software to the AbilityNet Tech4Good Awards website.

You can now vote to pick the winner of the People’s Award, which is chosen by you, members of the general public.

You can read about each finalist and their entry on the AbilityNet Tech4Good Awards website and cast your vote by sending a tweet using the correct hashtag. For more details and to vote now visit the AbilityNet Tech4Good Awards website.

The AbilityNet Tech4Good Awards 2018 finalists are:

AbilityNet Accessibility Award

  • Be My Eyes
  • Facebook
  • GiveVision
  • Seeing AI
  • WayToB

BT Connected Society Award

  • Alcove
  • Always in Mind
  • Greengame
  • Rafiqi
  • Small Robot Company

BT Young Pioneer Award

  • Code Camp
  • IMAREC
  • Mind Moodz
  • Water Watcher

Comic Relief Tech4Good for Africa Award

  • Amandla.mobi
  • Gather
  • Lynk
  • Unlocking Talent Through Technology

Community Impact Award

  • Digital Voice
  • Kindergifts
  • Mind of My Own
  • Tap to the App
  • Relias

Digital Health Award

  • Apart of Me
  • Immersive Rehab
  • Moment Health
  • TapSOS

Digital Skills Award

  • CodeYourFuture
  • Generation Code
  • Nominet Digital Neighbourhood
  • Stretchlab

Digital Volunteer of the Year Award

  • Ann Crago
  • Anna Holland Smith
  • Graham Gunning
  • Richard Rankin

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