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Awards

2015

Awardee – UK newspaper Independent on Sunday Happy List is ‘an annual collection of 100 inspirational heroes and heroines whose kindness, ingenuity and bravery make Britain a better place to live.’ In our case they awarded our Founder, Mike Bright.

Awardee – UK Government’s Points of Light Award designed to acknowledge ‘outstanding volunteers’ (in our case, our Founder Mike Bright) who have contributed to society with an activity or project that is ‘inspiring, innovative, and impactful’

2014

1st Prize – Nantes Creative Generations, NCG Cooperation Award 2014, designed to support innovative citizen initiatives. We collaborated with 2 other projects from Europe to create ‘Graine de Jardin’, an initiative to create an urban garden where citizenship through microvolunteering workshops could take place. For more information, click here

2013

Awardee – Included in Nominet Trust’s Top 100 list of the most inspiring global social applications of digital technology that are bettering the lives of millions

2012

Shortlisted – Innovation in Giving Award designed to support innovations that have the potential to deliver a significant increase in the giving and exchange of time, assets, skills, resources and money.

2010

Joint Runner Up – Wales Division in TalkTalk’s Digital Heroes competition that annually awards outstanding individuals who are using the power of digital technology to implement bright ideas which bring about positive social change.

Level 1 award – UnLtd that supports social entrepreneurs for people with vision, drive, commitment and passion who want to change the world for the better.

2009

Runner Up – Community Channel’s ‘How To Make A Difference’ competition designed for ‘small projects that are making a BIG difference in society’.