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Awarded to an individual who has done the most to help their charity or organisation.

 

Awarded to the website that provides a clear and compelling message about a charity’s work, and which easily directs supporters or beneficiaries to key information. The website needs to not only look and read great but also be easy to navigate for the target audience.  The charity must have an income of more than £20m a year.

 

Awarded to the website of a charity with an income of under £20m a year. The site needs to provide a clear and compelling message about the charity’s work, and easily direct supporters or target users to key information.

 

The judges are looking for examples of how organisations creatively used social media to tell the story about a charity’s work, raise awareness of its campaigns, or even combat negative attention. The judges will be looking for imaginative use of content that sets the organisation apart from the rest. The charity must have an income of more than £20m a year. 

 

Awarded for the best use of social media by a charity with an income of less than £20m a year. The judges are looking for examples of how organisations creatively used social media to tell the story about a charity’s work, raise awareness of its campaigns, or even combat negative attention. The judges will be looking for imaginative use of content that sets the organisation apart from the rest.

 

Awarded to an app that has made a dramatic difference to the lives of a charity’s beneficiaries or helped an organisation significantly streamline its processes. Examples might include apps that help beneficiaries to manage medical conditions, or that assist charity staff working on the front line. 

 

Awarded to the inhouse digital team that has helped a charity to achieve its mission using digital technology. The judges will be looking for a team that has placed both creativity and organisational strategy at the heart of its work. 

 

Awarded to an external agency, or department within an agency, that has helped a charity to achieve its mission using digital technology. The judges will be looking for a team that has placed both creativity and organisational strategy at the heart of their work. 

 

This award honours the emerging new talents in an industry being revolutionised by the coming together of brave clients, smart creative thinkers and game-changing tech. We are looking for people who have demonstrated exceptional skill and ambition and whose personal endeavours, whether creative or tech focused, have begun to make their mark. We welcome entries from the individuals themselves or nominations from peers, company leaders and clients.

 

Awarded to the charity or fundraising agency that used digital techniques to generate significant financial support for a good cause or particular emergency. The judges will base their decisions not just on the amount of money raised but also on the resources at the organisation’s disposal and the creativity displayed.

 

Awarded to the charity or agency that used contactless technology to support and evolve the fundraising efforts of a charity or charities. The judges will be looking for creative examples of how the charity or agency used contactless technology, such as through using it at particular events like festivals or by targeting particular locations such as train stations.

 

Awarded to the charity or agency that used digital techniques to help raise the profile of a charity’s work or a particular issue or campaign. The judges will be looking for creative examples of how the charity or agency amplified its messages using the budget available.

 

Awarded to the charity or company that has created a seamless online help system for a charity or charities. Examples could include use of chatbots or automated response systems.   

 

Awarded to the online donation platform or crowdfunding website that has done the most to assist its charity partners to raise funds in the past year. The judges will be looking for examples of how the platform or website used its knowledge and insights to support charities to meet their fundraising targets, as well as how much funding the platform raised in total.

 

This category emcompasses everything from a short animated video to a feature length film. Examples could include videos that tell stories about a charity’s work or highlights the issues those they support face, to videos used for fundraising purposes. Videos must have been created in either 2018 or 2019.

 

Awarded to the best podcast produced by a charity, or agency, to help raise awareness of its work or to educate its audience. Examples might include podcasts aimed at supporters or members, or podcasts produced by agencies and consultants to help support the charity sector.  

 

 

Awarded to the gaming initiative that successfully helped to raise funds or awareness for a good cause. Examples might include games that have been specially created for a particular cause or fundraising initiatives supported by the online gaming community.

 

This award recognises companies that are using technology to make a difference to the lives of those supported by charities. Examples might include internet-enabled wheelchairs or using tech to track wildlife. The judges will be looking for examples of how technology has solved a problem, cut costs or even saved lives.

 

This award recognises an organisation that has used data to help a charity or cause area to prioritise or tackle particular issues of concern. Examples could include grant-makers that have identified gaps in funding based on data or charities that have used data in creative ways to help win support from the public or funders. 

 

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