Meet the winners
Smart glasses to improve life for people with sight loss
Royal Botanic Gardens Kew
Crowdsourcing data to help prevent mosquito-borne diseases
Peer-to-peer communication service to help farmers improve their livelihoods
Data analytics to keep young people off the streets
Online platform to enable separating parents to resolve disputes
St Giles Trust
Online hub to support former offenders transitioning back to the community
Digital games to help improve young people's mental health
App to empower people to manage their social care
App to give young people the skills for work
Crowdsourcing platform to help protect wildlife and communities in the DRC
About the challenge
The Google Impact Challenge supports UK charities using technology to tackle problems and transform lives around the world. Charities shared their ideas and we asked you to vote for your favourites from our top ten.
The top four winners, including the people's choice project and three projects selected by our panel of judges, received £500,000. The additional six finalists received £200,000.
All ten charities are also recieving support from Google.org and Nesta to make their vision a reality.
Meet the judges
Founder, Wikipedia and Wikimedia Foundation
Broadcaster and Director, Comic Relief
Peter Jones CBE
Dragon and Entrepreneur
Vice President, Google in Northern and Central Europe
Executive Director, Nesta Innovation Lab