Meet the winners
The Zoological Society of London (ZSL)
Digital eyes & ears for wildlife protection
Solar lights for off-grid communities
Accountability tool for development
CDI Apps for Good
App development training for UK kids
Digital connections for older people
Electronic donation box for charities
Microwork platform for unemployed youth
Mobile alert system for activists
Micromanufacturing for young entrepreneurs
Mapping sexual violence for child safety
About the challenge
The Google Impact Challenge launched in the UK in 2013 and is traveling around the globe to support innovative non-profits using tech to make a better world.
On 3rd June, 10 Global Impact Challenge finalists pitched their projects to our panel of judges who selected three Awardees and unveiled the fan favourite.
Sir Tim Berners-Lee
Sir Tim Berners-Lee invented the World Wide Web in 1989. He founded the World Wide Web Foundation in 2009, devoted to achieving a world in which all people can use the Web.
Sir Richard Branson
Sir Richard Branson is Founder of the Virgin Group. In 2004 he established Virgin Unite, tackling social and environmental problems.
Matt Brittin is Vice President of Google in Northern and Central Europe. He helps consumers and businesses make the most of the Web.
Jilly Forster is Chair of Forster Communications, the social change agency founded to provide fresh thinking to tackle social challenges.
Jacquelline Fuller leads Google Giving, investing more than $50 million a year in tech innovators creating transformational impact at scale.