There’s just one week to go to get your entries in for the AbilityNet Tech4Good Awards 2018.
They are the only awards to highlight the charities, businesses and volunteers throughout the UK that use the power of technology to improve the lives of others and make the world a better place.
Now in their eighth year, the AbilityNet Tech4Good Awards are organised by digital accessibility charity AbilityNet and sponsored by BT.
We are thrilled that Recite Me is also a sponsor of the awards, plus we donate our web accessibility software to the awards website.
And we’ve also supported this year’s awards by taking part in a co-ordinated Thunderclap campaign to get as many people as possible taking about and entering the awards.
Entry into the awards is free and open to any business, charity, individual or public body in the UK.
The AbilityNet Tech4Good Awards 2018 categories are:
• AbilityNet Accessibility Award
• BT Connected Society
• BT Young Pioneer
• Comic Relief Tech4Good for Africa Award
• Community Impact
• Digital Health Award
• Digital Skills Award
• Tech Volunteer of the Year
You can nominate yourself for an award, or your organisation/group, or another person or organisation/group that has invented or adapted digital technology to help other people.
And there’s a networking event on 12th June at BT Tower in London.
Recite Me Founder & CEO Ross Linnett, said: “The AbilityNet Tech4Good Awards do a brilliant job of highlighting those who use digital technology help to change people’s lives for the better.
“As a tech inventor and entrepreneur myself I love seeing who will create the technology of tomorrow.
“And it’s great that Recite Me can help to support the awards by being a sponsor and donating our web accessibility and language toolbar for the awards website.
“Do you know a person, company or group who has used digital technology to create a new invention that helps other people? If you do, you should nominate them now!”
Entries close at 6.00 pm on 9th May (next Wednesday) so get your skates on and enter the AbilityTech4Good Awards now!