Digital Fundraising Award launched as part of Technology4Good Awards 2012
Communications minister Ed Vaizey and TV presenter, Mariella Frostrup, are just two of the names urging businesses, charities, schools, social enterprises and individuals to enter the Technology4Good Awards 2012. This year's awards were launched in March to celebrate the many ways that people are using computers and the internet to make the world a better place and entries are now open in eight categories, including innovation, community impact, volunteering and fundraising.
BT is proud to support the Technology4Good Awards that includes a Digital Fundraising Award category for charities that are using digital technologies to deliver more effective fundraising campaigns. Last year's Fundraising Award attracted a lot of fabulous entries and was won by the Pennies Foundation, an electronic charity box that enables people to donate a few pence of their electronic change as they pay with a debit or credit card.
We’d love you to enter and show how you are using apps, social media, mobiles or other digital tools as part of your fundraising. T4G want to see how you are weaving technology into a successful fundraising campaign to generate the funds and other support you need to celebrate your successes as well as inspire other fundraisers. I
It's not about the scale of what you're doing, or the tech that you're using, as much as how it is helping you to achieve your goals.
Entry is free and the deadline for submission is 18th May 2012. For more details and entry forms please visit www.technology4goodawards.org.uk